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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 

tSTAMENT OF SOLOMON 

EDITED FROM MANUSCRIPTS 
AT MOUNT ATHOS , BOLOGM, 
HOLKHAM HALL, JERUSALEM, ' 
LONDON, MILAN, PARIS AND 

" 'VIENNA 

. WITH INtJlOBUCTION 

A DISSERTATION 

. SUBMITTED TO THE/I ACDLTY 

OF TH£^ 
IGRADUATE DIVINITY SCHOOL 

IN CANDIDACYJfQR THfi DEGREE OF 

DOCTOR OF: :yilIX)SOPHY 

(Department of new testament and early chkjstian literature) 

; BY 

CHESTER CHARLTON Mc COWN ^ 



LEIPZIG 
J. C. HINRICHS'SCHE BUCHHAl<fDLU>IG 
;. ' 1922 



= THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 



THE 

TESTAMENT OF SOLOMON 

EDITED FROM MANUSCRIPTS 
AT MOUNT ATHOS, BOLOGNA, ^' 
HOLKHAM HALL, JERUSALEM, 
LONDON, MILAN, PARIS AND 
VIENNA 

WITH INTRODUCTION 

A DISSERTATION 

SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY 

OF THE 

GRADUATE DIVINITY SCHOOL 

IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE OF 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

{DEPARTMENT OF NEW TESTAMENT AND EARLY CHRISTIAN LITERATURE) 

BY 

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Preface. 

A new text of the Testament of Solomon has long been 
needed. Of the published texts, Fleck's was a careless and in- 
accurate transcription of a single manuscript, while Istrin's, which 
was indispensable for understanding the history of the work, is 
buried in Russian. Of unpublished manuscripts several were 
found which take us much nearer the original than did any of 
those already printed. Conybeare's investigation, while resulting 
in an excellent discussion and translation, labored under the 
disadvantage of depending upon Fleck, and, because of lack of 
fuller materials, could not avoid erroneous conclusions. In con- 
sequence of the paucity of materials there was a great variety 
of opinion as to the origin, character, and value of the document. 

This edition cannot aspire to present all the materials nor 
to answer all the questions involved. It is hoped, however, that 
no accessible manuscripts have been missed, and that the ma- 
terials available have been set forth in such a manner as to put 
scholars in possession of all data necessary for accurate con- 
clusions. 

When the task was begun, the intention was to edit the text 
of Fleck's manuscript with introduction, commentary, and trans- 
lation; but as the number of manuscripts discovered increased, 
the commentary and translation were abandoned, since it was 
plain that the volume would be swollen beyond due proportions. 
The Introduction has in size far exceeded the writer's expectation 
and desire, and constitutes in part a commentary. 

The work here published has been under way for many 
years. Forced by ill health to leave the mission work in India 



VI Preface. 

to which he had intended to give his life, the writer determined 
to devote himself to New Testament study, to which he had 
been especially attracted during his theological course under the 
instruction of Professor D.A.Hayes of Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Directed by the Expository Times he went to Heidelberg to 
work under Professor Adolf Deissmann. The latter with his 
characteristic great-heartedness received the unknown student, 
and after a few months suggested the Testament as a subject 
worthy of investigation. Prpfessor Albrecht Dieterich also pro- 
mised to take an interest in the work. Upon Professor Deiss- 
mann's removal to Berlin and the untimely and lamented death 
of Professor Dieterich the writer decided to go to Berlin. There, 
beside further guidance from the former and the inspiration of 
the lectures of Professors Norden and von Wilamowitz-Moellen- 
dorfif; he had the highly prized advantage of suggestions from 
Professor Hermann Diels, who read as much of the manuscript 
as was then written. 

As it became necessary to return to America, the further 
prosecution of the task was interrupted except for occasional 
intervals during vacations until the writer had the good fortune 
to remove to Chicago where, in time snatched from pedagogical 
duties, the work was continued and practically completed under 
the supervision of Professor E. J. Goodspeed. The manuscript 
has since been read hy Professors E. D. Burton and H. Windisch. 
Dr. Montague Rhodes James went through it vtry carefully and 
made numerous suggestions which have been gladly used. At 
an early stage of the work encouragement and direction were 
thankfully received from the late Dr. Eberhard Nestle, from 
Professors von Dobschiitz and E. Kurz, and especially from 
Dr. James, These obligations are acknowledged, but not so fully 
as they are felt, in the footnotes and bibliography. 

In 1920—21 the writer was Thayer Fellow of the American 
School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem. The manuscript was 
put into the hands of the publisher as he was on his way to 
Palestine. In browsing among the manuscripts of the Great 
Greek Monastery in Jerusalem he had the good fortune to discover 
two manuscripts, one of the Testament, one of the legend of 



Preface. VII 

Solomon's dealings with the demons. Although the printing of 
the Testament has been delayed for various reasons, it was not 
possible to incorporate the results of the study of these manu- 
scripts in the text. A collation of one, called MS N, and a copy 
of the other, called MS E, have been printed in the Appendix 
(see pp. 112 — 128 and 102* — 120*) and a list of emendations 
suggested by MS N will be found on p. I2i*f. 

On the way to Palestine the writer passed through Milan 
and took occasion to visit its famous library and inspect the 
manuscript, Ambrosianus No. 1030, in which fragments of the 
Testament are found, described below, pp. 2of. Nothing new 
was discovered. The fragments seem to have been cut of some 
manuscript, perhaps for the sake of, what was on the recto^ 
which, in the case of Up, contains rules for gematric prognosti- 
cation. This fragment ends with the word ^//£()«2;, p. 7* 1. 15. It 
follows the W text 

For the patience and wisdom of the editor of the series. 
Professor Windisch, in dealing with many perplexing problems 
that have arisen and for the skill and carefulness of the publisher 
in overcoming the technical difficulties of a complicated critical 
apparatus the writer cannot express too high appreciation. 

The task was practically completed at the beginning of the 
war. The course of events which has prevented publication 
until now has given further time for revision of the manuscript 
and, it is hoped, thus contributed to more careful conclusions. 

The work is given to the public with the hope that it may 
assist others, as it has the writer, to a better understanding of 
the devious ways of the ancient book maker and copyist and 
a better insight into the working of the popular mind ;n anti- 
quity, and so advance the study of the genus humanum. 

Berkeley, California Dec. 24., 192 1. 

Chester Charlton McCown. 



Contents. 

Seite 

INTRODUCTION. 

L General character and contents 1—9 

I. General character 1. 2. The popular faith i. 3. Con- 
tribution to history of Christianity 2. 4. Contribution to 
Jewish history 3. 5. The motifs of the work 3 — 5. 6. Con- 
tents of MSS 6—9. 

11. Description of the manuscripts 10 — 28 

I. MS D 10. 2. MSH II. 3. MS I 12. 4. MS L isff. 
5. MS P I5ff. 6. MS Q 18. 7. MS S 18. 8. MS T i8ff. 
9. MSUaof. 10. MS V 21— 25. 11. MSW25fF. 12. Athos 
MS 27. 13. Other MSS 28 f. 

III. Modern editions, translations, and treatises . . 28 — 30 

I. Fabricius 28. 2. Fleck 28. 3. Bomemann 28f. 4. Fiirst 
28 f. 5I Migne 29. 6. Conybeare 29. 7. Notices in periodi- 
cals 29. 8. Istrin 29. 9. Kurz 29. 10. Hamack and 
Kohler 29 f. 11. Salzberger 30. 12. Ginzberg 30. 

IV. The textual history of the Testament .... 30 — i^ 

I. The manuscript families 30 f. 2. Relationships and re- 
lative dates of the recensions 32 — 34, 3. Evolution of the 
Testament 35 f. 4. Textual value of the manuscripts and their 
use in reconstructing the text 36 ff. 

V. Language and style 38 — 43 

I. MS D 38f. 2. Rec. C sgf. 3. Rec. B 40. 4. Rec. A 
and the original Testament 40. 5. Letter of Adarkes to So- 
lomon 40 f. 6. Is the Testament a translation? 42 f. 7. Ten- 
tative conclusion 43. 

VI. The chief ideas of the Testament 43 — 5 1 

I. Demonology 43 — 46. 2. Astrology 46. 3. Angelology 
46 f. 4. Magic and medicine 47 f. 5, Solomon 48 f. 6. Apo- 
calyptic element 49 f. 7. Jesus Christ 50 f. 

VII. Sources and relationships of the subject matter 51 — 90 

I. Syncretism 51 f. 2. The universal human element 52. 
3. Assyrian and Babylonian influences 52 fF. 4. Iranian in- 
fluence 54ifr. 5. Egyptian elements 55 — 59. 6. Jewish ele- 
ments and relationships 59 — 66. 7. Hellenistic elements and 
relationships 66 ff. 8. Christian elements and relationships 
68_ — 78. 9. Arabic folklore 78 — 82. 10. Unique mater in 
Rec. A 82. II. Unique mater in Rec. B 82 f. 12. Unique 
matter in Rec. C 83 fi". 13. Unique matter in MS D 85 f. 
14. Solomon's seal 86 f. 15. Summary and conclusions 87 if. 



X Contents. 

Seite 

VIIL The Testament in literature and history . . . 90—104 

I. Solomonic books of healing and magic among the Jews 
90 — 94, 2. Solomonic books among the Arabs 94. 3. Among 
Christians 94 — 104. 

IX. The date of the Testament and its recensions . 105—108 

I. Previous opinions as to date 105 f. ^s. Conclusions 106 f. 
3. Date of the original Jewish ground work 108. 4. Date 
of the recensions 108. 

X. Authorship and provenience 108 — in 

I. Authorship: Opinions 108 f. 2. Autorship: Conclusions 
109. 3. Provenience 109 f. 4. Provenience of the recen- 
sions III, 

Appendix 112— 126 

A. ManuscriptN with a list of variant readings pp. 1 12 — 123. 

B. Manuscript E pp. 123 — 126, 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 127-136 

I. Editions and reprints 127 

11. Translations 127 

III. Treatises and discussions 128 

IV. General bibliography with abbreviations . . . 128 — 136 

I. Dictionaries, encyclopedias, and periodicals 128 if. 
2. Modem authors 130 — 136. 

TEXTS WITH CRITICAL APPARATUS .... i*— 122* 

Sigla et Compendia 3* 

Original Text of Testament 5* 

Text of Recension C j^^ 

Text of Manuscript D I1^q\ tov 2Joko/iwvTog . . 88* 

Conspectus Titulorum : . . . 98* 

Sigilla Anuli Salomonis 100* 

Text of Manuscript E Ac^yrj^tg jcsqI tov ^o/LofiSvtog 102* 

Emendationes in Textum 121* 

Corrigenda 122* 

INDEXES 123*— 166* 

I. Grammar and syntax 123* 

11. Angelology, Astrology, Demonology, Magic . , 130* 

III. Greek words 134* 

IV. Modern Greek words **. 161* 

V. Subjects and Persons i5l* 

VI. Quotations from Ancient Authors i5c* 



THE TESTAMENT OF SOLOMON. 

INTRODUCTION. 

I. GENERAL CHARACTER AND CONTENTS. 

1. The Testament of Solomon is a combination of folktales 
and a magician's vade-mecum. In its interpretations of Scripture 
and its legends of biblical personages it reminds one of the 
Haggadah. In its stories of demons and their activities it is 
similar to the Arabian Nights. Its magical formulae and recipes 
relate it to the execration tablets, the amulets, and the magical 
papyri of antiquity, and to the medical recipe books of the 
Middle Ages. The same combination of naive popular science 
and laboriously learned philosophy runs indirectly into the Faust 
literature, and directly into the Clavicula Salomonis, the "Key 
of All Mysteries" i. It is a product of those three pseudo-sci- 
ences which have brought more disappointed hopes and abject 
terrors to mankind than any others: astrology, demonology, 
and magic. 

2. It is as a leaf from the common man's thinking that the 
Testament has its chief value. Its superstitious puerilities arouse 

intense interest, when one thinks of them as recording the hopes 
and fears of the vast majority of mankind. The "Meditations" 
of Marcus Aurelius and the "Confessions" of St. Augustine open 
the door to the innermost thoughts of two great personalities 
who have done much to mould the life of their own and all 
succeeding generations. Books like the Testament help one to 
understand the psychological reactions of the great shadowy 



1 Cf, infra, p. 14 and n. i. 

UNT. 9: McCown. 



2 Character and Contents. 

army of men who followed these leaders afar off. They explain 
why the philosophical emperor, who had learned "not to give 
credit to what was said by miracle- workers and jugglers about 
incantations and the driving away of demons and such things" i, 
should have allowed two lions to be cast into the Danube with 
elaborate ceremonies and costly sacrifices, in the vain hope of 
winning success for the Roman arms, and should have consulted 
the Chaldeans to cure Faustina's infatuation for a gladiator 2 
In spite of their absurdities demonology and magic had a tre- 
mendous hold upon the great body of mankind. The Testament 
is doubly welcome, since unfortunately we have too few first 
hand sources in this field 3. 

3. The document also makes a contribution to a most im- 
portant chapter in the early history of Christianity, coming as 
it probably does from the fourth century, or earlier, and embo- 
dying much older materials. One of the prominent motifs in 
the work is the conception of Christ as conqueror of demons. 
The Christian compiler combines a simple, unhesitating faith in 
the efficacy of the pagan formulae he cites with an inconsistent 
trust in the superior power of Christus invictus. Dion Cassias 
ascribes the famous thunder storm that miraculously refreshed 
the Roman legions and discomfited their enemies during the 
Marcomannic war to the magic arts of an Egyptian sorcerer*. 
The Christians claimed the marvel came in answer to the prayers 
of the 'Thundering Legion', and made the incident a powerful 
argument for the new faiths Our author, combining the two 
contradictory points of view, stands as a representative of the 
great majority of the Christians of his time, to whom their faith 



1 Meditations I 6. 

2 Dill, Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelins. London : Macmillan, 
1905, pp. 446 — 450; Lucian, Alexander 48. 

3 The Test in some measure fills the gap in our knowledge of ancient 
superstitions left by the missing books of Hippolytus' Refntatio (II and III> 

4 Hist. LXXI 8. 

5 Eusebius {HE v 5) quotes as his authority Claudius ApoUinaris, who 
addressed an apology to Marcus Aurelius, TertuUian makes the same apologetic 
use of the story, Cf. the account of Dion with that of Xifilinus in Dio Cassius 
Cocceianus ed. Bossewain, III 259 f. 



Character and Contents. o 

was but another superstition superimposed upon the old. It was 
impossible all at once to replace, the old sensuous paganism 
with a spiritual and ethical monotheism. During the long struggle 
Christianity was fearfully debased and weakened. How much 
of the old was carried over into the new religion the Testament 
of Solomon helps one partly to realize. 

4. Another important semce the Testament renders in that 
it represents, so far as it is Jewish, "pre-Talmudic demonology"^, 
and one might add, Palestinian demonology. It is, to be sure, 
much more than a Christian revision of a Jewish work. A pro- 
fusion of both Christian and pagan ideas and materials are to 
be found in it, and until these are indicated, the document must 
be used with caution 2. However, when once these elements are 
eliminated, as they can be with some certainty, the Test comes 
to be of real assistance in reconstructing the thought world of 
the Palestinian Jew in the first century of our era, and it is, 
therefore, important not only for the student of church history, 
but for the New Testament and the Jewish scholar. 

5. A complete table of contents is given at the end of this 
section. The aim of the present paragraph's to call attention 
to the main ideas that enter into the construction of the work. 
In the two chief recensions the story in brief is as follows: In 
response to his prayers Solomon receives his famous magic ring, 
in order that he may protect a favorite workman on the Temple, 
who is being tormented by a demon. By means of the ring 
the King calls the demon before him, learns the powers and 
activities of all the demons, the formula, or angelic name^ which 
frustrates each, and in addition many secrets of nature and of 
the future. The demons are used to perform various tasks in 
connection with the building of the temple. The story ends 
with an account of Solomon's fall because of his love for a 
Shunamite girl, and of the consequent loss of his power over 
the demons. This simple framework, without plot or progresis 
of thought, allows the introduction of a bizarre medley of stories 



1 Dr. Kohler, art. "Demonology" in JE IV 518 a, 

2 V. infra III 12, a criticism of Ginzberg's use of the Test^ 

I* 



4 Character and Contents. 

about demons. The writer's chief interest is medico-magical. 
He writes to make known to the world what the diseases and 
ills are which demons bring to mankind, and how their male- 
volent designs are to be frustrated. His angelology is only a 
foil to his demonology, for God's messengers come to earth 
solely for the purpose of counteracting demonic agency. The 
motif of temple building, which introduces the story, is well- 
maintained throughout, entering into almost every section. Yet, 
while ostensibly primary, it is really subordinate; it is part of 
the background against which the author can display his demo- 
nological knowledge. Another motif is the wisdom and glory 
of Solomon. This also is kept continually in mind throughout 
the entire narrative. In one brief section the demons are for 
the moment entirely forgotten, while the magnificence of Solo- 
mon's buildings, the wealth of his treasury, and the homage 
rendered him by other nations are described. Though the "Queen 
of the South" is introduced as a sorceress {yoriq), it is without 
a trace of the Jinn of the Bilkis legend. However, Solomon's 
power is due to his ring, his wisdom and magnificence to what 
the demons have taught him and done for him, and thus the 
whole is brought within the writer's circle of ideas. Another 
very natural interest betrays itself. No doubt many an in- 
quiring mind had asked how the magicians came to know 
the secret names and incantations by which the demons 
could be laid. In a well known Egyptian legend, Isis, the 
divine sorceress, wishes to learn the secret, allpowerful name 
of Re. She causes him to be bitten by a serpent, and he 
must reveal the name before she can cure him ^. The question 
which inspired the Egyptian story is more satisfactorily ans- 
wered by the Testament Solomon's magic ring forces the 
revelations, and the wise king before his death writes all this 
hidden lore in a "Testament", which is handed down to future 
generations, that they may be able to escape the wiles of 
their demonic tormentors. It is in this connection that the 



1 Erman, Handbook of the Egyptian Religion^ p. 154 if. Unfortunately the 
name is not pronounced aloud, and' the reader never learns it. 



Character and Contents, 5 

motivation for the story of Solomon's fall is not unskillfuUy 
supplied. According to one manuscript^, a demon foretells the 
sad end of the King's glory, and, when the prophecy is fulfilled, 
the chastened monarch, satisfied of the truth of all that the 
demons have told him, writes it down. Thus, with all its variety 
of contents, the work is a real unity, owing to the writer's pre- 
ponderating interest in magic and demonology^. 

6. The following inventory of the contents of the recensions 
of the Testament is intended to show in the most concise manner 
what the various forms of the work contain. By comparison 
of the numbers in this list with those of the ^'Comparative Table" 
opposite it will be plain at once what part of the total material 
each manuscript contains. References to chapter and section 
or to pages of the Greek text will, it is hoped, render the rapid 
survey of the latter easier. 

The "Comparative Table" is intended to show the material 
contained in each manuscript, and thus to illustrate the relations 
of the manuscripts one to another. The divisions of the manu- 
scripts into families, or recensions, here adopted is supported by 
other considerations, as will appear later. Yet the proof offered 
by this table is so simple and decisive that further evidence is 
hardly necessary. 

In the table the figures at the left refer to the sectional 
numbers in the conspectus of contents on the opposite page. 
The letters, a, b, and c, used in the columns pretaining to the 
manuscripts, stand for Recensions A, B, and C, and indicate that 
the recension contains the material of the section in question. 
Where one of the letters: d, h, i, 1, p, etc., appears, it indicates 
that in that section the manuscript shows material peculiar 
to it. The cipher: o indicates that the section is wanting 
through the carelessness of the scribe or accident to the manu- 
script, not by intentional omission on the part of the editor of 
the recension. 



1 P, XV 14 f., the only complete MS. But see MS N in? appendix. 

2 Schiirer, 6^^^111419, is hardly right in calling the TVj^ "Unterhaltungs- 
literatur". 



Contents of the Recensions, 



a) Prefatory matter (not originally part of Tesi) 

1. Title 

2. Doxology 

3. David's sin with Bathsheba, D I i — 3I 

4. Failure of God's attempt to stop David, D I 4 — 6 

5. Nathan's reproof of David, D I 7 — 11 

6. Solomon's birth, reign, power, and wisdom, D I i2f. 

7. Solomon's prayer; command to build Temple, UVW^, Prol. 1 — 5 
,8. Building of Temple, D II i ; cf. Test I i 

b) Testament proper, matter common to majority of MSS 

9. The favorite slave, or chief architect, I i ; D II 2 

10. His affliction by a vampire.. I 2 3; D II 2 

11. Solomon's prayer about the matter, I 3; D II 3 

12. Solomon examines the slave, I 3f. ; D II 3f. 

13. Solomon's supplication for him, I 5; D II 5 

14. The answer, a magic ring, I 6f.; D II 6f. 

15. The inscription on the ring (not original) ^ 

16. Solomon gives the ring to the slave, I 8f.; D II Sf. 

17. The capture of the demon, Ornias, I 10 — 14; D II 10 — 13. 

18. Solomon examines Ornias, II i — 9, D III i — 4 

19. Ornias fetches Beelzebul, who is examined, III i — 7<j 

20. Onoskelis summoned and examined, IV i — 12 

21. Asmodaeus summoned and examined, V 1 — 5 

22. Asmodaeus further examined, V6 — 136 

23. Beelzebul re-examined, VI i — 1 1 "^ 

24. Lix Tetrax, VII i-8 8 

25. The seven sister vices, VIII i — 12 

26. Phonos, IX 1—79 

c) Testament proper continued in Recensions A and B 

27. Punishment of Phonos, IX 8 

28. Kyon, or Rhabdos, and the green stone, X i — n 

29. Leontophoron, XI i — 7 



1 For compendia employed to indicate MSS see below, II. 

2 U contains only a few lines in § 4 and again in Nos. 52 and 53. 

3 About th^ middle of I 2 HI and PQ unite. 

4 The inscription on the ring in HI and T is found also in an amulet in 
V (Vr) not connected with the Test. 5 Q resumes in section 40 below. 



Comparative Table. 



Rec. A. 


Rec; B. 




Rec. C. 


MignS 


Text 


i. I. L. 


P. Q. 


S. 


T. V. V. W. 


col. 


P' 



No. D. 

a) Prefatory matter {not originally part of Tes^) 

1. dhiobb cc 1316A 

2. a a a a 1316A 

3. d 

4. d 

6. d 

'J, c c c 

8. daalbb cc 1316A 



b) Testament proper, matter common to majority of MSS 



98* f. 


5*1 99^ 


88* 


88^^ 


89* 


89- 


78* f. 


90=^= 



9- 


d 


a 


a 


1 






10. 


d 


a 


a 


1 


b 


b 


II. 


d 












12. 


d 


a 


a 


1 


a 


a 


13- 


d 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


14. 


d 


a 


a 


1 


b 


b 


15- 




a 


a 


1 


b 


b 


16. 


d 


a 


a. 


1 


a. 


a 


17- 


d 


a 


a 


1 


a 


a 


18. 


d 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


19. 




a 


a 


a 


a 





20. 




a 


a 


a 


a 





21. 




a 


a 


a 


a 





22, 




a 


a 


a 


a 





23- 




a 





a 


ap 





24. 




a 





a 


a 





25. 




a 





a 


a 





26. 




a 





a 


ap 






c 


c 




5*f., 90^^ 


c 


c 


1316A 


6*f., 201 


c 


c 




8*f., 90^^ 


c 


c 


13163 


8*f., 90* 


a 


a 


1317A 


9*f., 90^^ 


c 


c 


1317B 


10*, 9J=^= 


c 


c 


1317B 


100* f. 


a 


a 


1317B 


11=^, 90=*' 


a 


a 


1317C 


ii*ff., 9o'=f. 


a 


a 


1317D 


13% 91'' 


a 


a 


1320B 


16* 


a 


a 


1320D 


18* 


a 


a. 


1321C 


21"= 








1321D 


22^= 








1324C 


25- 


ca 


ca 


1325C 


28* 


a 


a 


1328B 


Si''^ 


a 


a 


1329 B 


35* 



27. 


a 





a 


a. 





28. 


a 





a 


a 





29. 


a 





a 


a 






c) Testament proper continued in Recensions A and B 

1329B 37' 
1332A 37^^ 
1332 C 39=^^ 



6 In V 12 f. L has a different text. Sections 22 and 23 are wanting in VW, 
probably because of parablepsia^ In V 8 MS I ends, 

7 In VI 3 — 9 P has its peculiar text. 

8 In VII 6 S has only a few lines of a magic formula in the form in 
which it appears in Rec. C. 

d In IX 7 P has a considerable interpolation. 



Contents of the Recensions. 



30. Koryphe drakonton, XII 1—6 

31. Obyzuth, XIII 1—7 

32. Pterodrakon, XIV 1^8 * 

33. Enepsigos and the origin of the Test, XV i— 15 

34. Kynopegos, XVI i — 7 

35. The cave spirit, XVII i — 5 

36. The thirty-six decani^ or elements, XVIII i — 41 2 

37. Treatment of decani, XVIII 42 (of all demons, XVIII 42 — 44, D III 5—9. 

38. Solomon's power and glory, XIX if. 3 

39. Saba, Queen of the South, XIX 3 

40. Quarrelsome father and son; Ornias' prophecy, XX i — 2\\ D IV i — 18 

41. The "Queen of the South" in the Temple, XXI 1—4, D VI 1—8 

42. Ephippas, pest and wind demon of Arabia, XXII i — 20, D VI 9 — 11 

43. Ephippas and the corner-stone, _XXIII i — 4, D VI 9 — 11 

44. Ephippas, Abezethibu, and the air-pillar, XXIV 1—5, D VI 12—14 

45. Abezethibu examined, XXV i — 9^ 

46. Solomon's fall through the Shunamite, XXVI i — 7 5 

47. The writing of the Test, XXVI 8 (H XXVI 8f.)5 

48. Closing doxology, H XXVI 10 5 

d) Close of MS D 

49. Solomon and the demon prince, Samael, VII i — 6 

50. The glory and wisdom of Solomon, VIII i — 7 

e) New material in Recension C 

51. The request and promise of Phonos, IX 8 

52. Magical recipe, IX 9^-106 

53. List of demons and their signs, X i — 53*^ 

54. Onoskelu summoned and examined (second account) XI i — 6^ 

55. The request and promise of Onoskelu, XI 7 — 9^ 

56. Solomon's conversation with Paltiel Tzamal, XII i — 6" 

57. Paltiel Tzamal secures a "new testament," XIII i — 12 

58. The preservation of the "great mystery," i. e., Rec. C, XIII i3f. 

59. Solomon's conclusion and signature, XIII 15 

60. Subscription of copyist of MS V (partly cryptographic) 



1 MSS HL omit XIV 3-XVI i. 

2 In XVIII 4 P has an unique text. L breaks off at the end of XVIII 28. 

3 In XIX P has numerous additions. 

4 MS Q reappears in XX 10. P often has a longer text than H. 

5 In many sections H presents a highly abbreviated text, in XXVI 8—10 
an inflated one. The B text is here probably better. 



Comparative Table. 







Rec. . 


^, 


Rec 


B. 


Rec. 


C. 


Migne 


Text 


No. 


D. 


H. 


I. 


L. 


P. 


Q. 


S. T. U. 


V. w. 


col. 


P- 


30. 




a 





a 


a 









1333 A 


41=^ 


31- 




a 





a 


a 









1333c 


43^^ 


32. 













a 









1336C 


45* 


33- 













d. 









1337A 


46* 


34. 




a 





a 


a 









1 340 A 


48* 


35- 




a 





a 


a 









1340 D 


49* 


36. 




a 





a. 


■ a 









1341A 


51*, 91=^ 


37- 


d 


a 








P 









1 348 A 


59* 


38. 




a 








P 









1348A 


59* 


39- 




a 








P 









1348B 


60* 


40. 


d 


a 








a 


a 






1348C 


60*, 92* 


41. 


d 


a 








P 


b 






1348D 


64*, 94=^ 


42. 


d 


a 








a 


a 






1352A 


65*> 95* 


43- 


d 


a 








a 


a 






1353D 


69*5 95* 


44. 


d 


a 








a 


a 






1356A 


70*, 95* 


45- 




a 








a 


a 






1356B 


71* 


46. 




a 








b 


b 






1357 A 


73^^ 


47. 




h 








b 


b 






1357B 


74* 


48. 




h 


















75^ 














d) 


Close of MS D 






49. 


d 


















96- 


50. 


d 


















96=^ 



51 

52 

53' 
54 

55 
56. 

57 
58, 

59- 
60. 



e) New material of Recension C 



c c 


c 


c 


77' 


c c 


c 


c 


77* 


c c 


c 


c 


78* 


c 


c 


c 


83* 


c 


c 


c 


84* 


t 


c 


c 


84* 




c 


c 


8s* 




c 


c 


87* 




c 


c 


87* 




V 




99* 



6 Sections 52 and 53 are found in the Clavicula Salomonis in the same 
codex as L and To, Harl, 5596, here called Td. MS U ends with X 11. 

7 Sections 54—56 are found as an unrelated fragment in Harl, 5596, in 
this case called To. 



lO , Manuscript D, 

II. DESCRIPTION OF THE MANUSCRIPTS. 

The manuscripts are here described in the briefest manner 
that seemed consistent with the desire to put the reader in pos- 
session of the main facts necessary to estimate their relative 
importance and their relationships. They are taken up in the 
order in which they appear in the foregoing table, that is, fol- 
lowing the alphabetical order of the letters which have been 
chosen to symbolize them, which is also the order of priority 
in the development of the Test. 

I. D Dionysius monastery, Mt. Athos, No. 132^ ff. 367^— 
374^, XVI cent; entitled it^Qi rov 2oXofi<5vTog] pub- 
lished by Istrin, cf. Edition No. 4; collated by photo- 
graph^, from which the title is missing; pages of Tesl 
deleted by transverse lines ^ 

Istrin gives no description of the manuscript. The photo- 
graph shows it to have been carefully and correctly written and 
well preserved; it seems to be in small format. The hand is 
heavy, round, and beautifully clear, with the customary ligatures 
and abbreviations. Orthography and punctuation (comma, ques- 
tion mark, and period) are exceptionally good. The iota sub- 
script is lacking. The ^ is often written like an v. In one 
instance an omitted word was added at the bottom of the page; 
in another the order of two clauses was reversed by putting 
the letter ^ before the first, a before the second ^ Otherwise 
there are no important corrections or erasures. A later hand 
has added marginal notes giving some of the subjects mentioned 
in the text. The title given by Istrin appears to have been 
written above the ornamental head-piece, and only the lower 
part of the letter jt appears in the photograph. The Solomonic 
writing, which fills eight leaves, was wrongly bound. The leaves 
are in the order 367—371, 374, 373, 372. The page on which 



1 Secured during tlie summer of 1914 through Dr, Heinrich Jantsch, 
Leipzig-Marienbrunn, by whose permission it is used. 

2 It does not appear to be noticed by Lambros in his Catalogue, 

3 xitcrtifxe occurs for xextijf^ai, I 10; oixela for Gttia 112,4; <prjol is 

always written with the grave accent. 



Manuscripts D and H. II 

the next selection begins appears to be 375. Tiie writing covers 
only about two-thirds of f. 374^, something having been erased 
from the remainder of the page. F.366^ contains the conclusion of 
a religious or ecclesiastical writing which I do not recognize K 
On f 37S'' begins a selection described in another hand as elc 
tovg alQsrixovc, X6y{oi) kif, q>illa b\ 

2, H Private library of the Earl of Leicester, Holkham 
Hall, Norfolk, England, No. 99, described in the cata- 
logue as "Opuscula theologica varia, on paper, Quarto 
XV and XVI cent'" The Test is of the XV cent; cm. 
16x21.5; 35 ^-i unnumbered; f i recto and f. 35 verso 
blank, making 68 pages; entitled dn^yrjcfig jisqI rrjg 6ta- 
d^^XTjg ooXoftmvrog, etc; well preserved, unpublished 3, 
The writing is large, round, and clear; y and v, s and a may 
easily be confused. Ligatures and abbreviations are frequent; 
iotacism often appears; the iota subscript is rare. The punctua- 
tion, .which is intelligently used, consists mainly of the period, 
placed sometimes higher, sometimes lower. Corrections and era- 
sures are rare. It is the only manuscript which boasts rubrics 
placed before the chief divisions of the story. The title and the 



1 The page begins, x^iQovaa naQaaxTlqi xaq aidlovg \ ixelvovg (in -ag 
corr.) xal S-siag iXXdfjttpeig nXov\alQ)g asl Ssxofiivrj . . ., and ends, ov 6^ \ xal 
rjuelq ftETQtwg fisv ^vtavO^a, nXovlalwg 6s ixet xalg aatq oalaig eijxtxTg int\ 
xvxoifJ.sv' ;^a<)iTi xov K(vgio)v xal 0{so)v xal G[wxif)Q{o)q r)fXo>v l(7joo)r 
x(qiozo)v' (pln^eTCSt itaaa (Colalrt^u/), etc. 

2 It is called ^lEjc^fia^e xax iTtizoft^v ^xov xwv laHQ)p'Cx(bv\S6yfxaxog' xal 
x(by aXXoDv ibv notova'C naQO. x^jv\ixxXriaiaarii<^v xal d^S-oSo^ov niaxiv xe xccl 
7ia^d\6oaiv' ovyyQa<petaa naQd. drjfirjXQlov fxrixQ07io\XLXOv ^vt^vxov ix tcqo- 
XQ07ii]{(g)) xov (fiXoxQiotov \ xwvaxavxlvov xov noQ<pvQoy£VV'^xov v\ov X£ov\xog 
xov oofpov^ iv y seal nsgl twv xax'itx'C,aQl<Dv: — | Inc.: ^EitetSri aov x^v vneQ- 
(fwrj xal x<b ovxt paaiXixa)xdxi]v <pvaiv ^^aiQBXov xt XQfjfia d-{Eb)g xui xoafio) 
iSco^rjaaxo . . .: the page ends with xal ngbg xov xwv laxwpixibv 6tccv6oxriaev 
^sXeyxov Sg av fi^\xal ovxoi dieox^a/ipiiva xal ^Xdatprjf^a Soyftaxa. 

3 Professor Deissmann very kindly made inquiries concerning the Tesi 
while lecturing in Cambridge in 1907. Dr. M. R. James informed him of the 
Holkham Hall MS, and later was so kind as to send me a copy of the first 
nineteen pages. In January, 1908, I went to Holkham and, through the gene- 
rosity of the owner and the goodness of the librarian, Alexander I. Napier, Esq., 
was allowed to collate the MS in the library of the Hall. It is published by 
permission of the owner. 



12 Manuscripts H and I. 

initial letters of the lesser sections are also in red. In XXII 
lo, II q for has been mistaken for /. 

Aside from the Test the contents of the codex are theolo- 
gical and ecclesiastical. There is nothing to indicate its pro- 
venience except a tract copied in the same hand as the Test 
and called in the catalogue '']ohdiTints Canabutii magistri ad 
principem Aeni et Samothraciae" ^ This seems to point to Greece. 
3. I BibHotheque Nationale, Paris, Supplement grec, No. 500, 
XVI cent, paper, cm. 16x22; ff. 78—82; entitled coXo- 
ficovTogf etc., with diad-rjxT] rov added in a careless 
hand in the upper margin of the page; well preserved; 
published by Istrin, cf. Edition No. 4. 

The writing is fine; slender, and somewhat crowded;, ligatures 
are extremely frequent and intricate, abbreviations and com- 
pendia numerous. lotacism is comparatively rare; Attic ortho- 
graphy appears occasionally; e. g., (pgirxo:) (II i); the iota sub- 
script is wanting; the punctuation (comma and period), the 
division of words, and the use of breathings and accents correct. 
Corrections and erasures are very rare. Although a broad 
margin has been left, marginal variants and glosses are wanting. 
The title with a conventional ornamental head-piece above it, 
the magical inscription of the ring, and occasional initial letters 
of sections are rubricated. 

The codex contains a miscellaneous collection of classical, 
philosophical, ethical, theological, and biblical writings, including 
Ecclesiastes and Canticles, some of them unfinished. The Test 
follows the two Solomonic works just mentioned. Unfortunately, 
as with some of the other works, the copyist soon became 
weary of the stories of the many demons and broke off in the 
middle of a sentence and a column, when he had written about 
one sixth of the Test, 

The well known Greek scholar, Minoides Minas, whose name 
appears on one of the fly leaves at the back, owned the codex, 
and through his heirs it came into the Bibliotheque Nationale in 



1 Johannes Canabutzes was a Graeco-Italian from Chios, first half of the- 
fifteenth century, Krumbacher, BLg, 



Manuscripts I and L. I ^ 

1864. Minas had been under commission from the French go- 
vernment to seek manuscripts in European Turkey, Asia Minor, 
and especially at Mt Athos. Where he acquired this one is 
unknown. Doubtless it was somewhere in the Levant ^ 

4. L Harleian MSS, British Museum, No. SS96; 58 ff., paper, 
cm. 23x34, XV cent, described in the printed catalogue 
as "Geomantica, exorcismi, divinationes et huius modi," 
with the addition in the written "Class-catalogue" of the 
words *'quaedam Salomonis;" well preserved, unpubli- 
shed. Four fragments are used as follows: i) ff. 8^ — i8s 
the title, originally missing, supplied by a later hand 
in Latin: "Quomodo Solomon aedificaturus templum 
cum spiritibus colloquitus fuit, et multa edoctus,'' 
2) f. r—1\ 3) f. 33^ and 4) ff. 39"^— 4i'- (On the last 
three fragments, which are designated by T, see below\) 
The writing is low, broad, round, and heavy; it is somewhat 
run together, yet it is regular, very clear, and not without 
beauty. Abbreviations and ligatures are frequent, compendia 
less so. lotacism is not frequent. The iota subscript does not 
appear. The comma (rather infrequent), the period, and, at the 
end of the more importand sections, a triple period make up 
the punctuation. Erasures, corrections, and Greek glosses are 
wanting. A later hand has added in Latin, besides the title, 
occasional marginal notices and translations, and has marked by 
a cross and circle those peculiar directions for the use of the 
Test as a magical remedy for disease which render this MS 
unique. The MS also has the distinction of being the only one 
written in columns, two to the page. They are seven to eight 
centimeters wide, and contain twenty lines. In fragment i) no 
colors are used except on the seal of Solomon. It is painted 



1 In a personal letter, dated April 10, 1908, M. Omont very kindly gave 
me information regarding the three MSS of the Test found in the Bib. Nat. 
Regarding this one he says: "Suppl. gr. 500. Provient de Minoide Mynas, no. 35 
d'une list de ses manuscrits, mais sans qu'on puisse autrement preciser I'origine 
orientale du volume." My wife copied the MS in Paris in 1907. I compared 
the copy vi^ith the original then and again in Heidelberg, where it was sent 
through the customary diplomatic channels to the University library for my use. 



14 Manuscript L. 

with silver over red, as are the titles of the sections in the, 
Clavicula (see below), and the numbers as well as the article (o) 
before each name in the list of fifty-one demons (Fragment 4), 
The rather coarse, yellow paper of the codex is beginning to 
decay. At one spot in the lower half of the inner column many 
of the leaves have rubbed until a few letters have disappeared. 
Harleian MS 5596 is entirely filled with magical, astrolo- 
gical, and demonological matter, evidently written by a mediaeval 
magician for practical use in his profession. The largest part 
(ff. 18 -44"^) is taken up by the Greek form of the Clavicula 
Salomonis^. In it Fragments 3) and 4), which appear respecti- 
vely in Recensions A and C in other MSS of the Test, are 
found. The first seven leaves of the codex contain various brief 
magical, geomantical, and astrological excerpts and observations, 
ending with Fragment 2), which is the second form of the 
Onoskelis story, found in Recension C of the Test, Two other I 
of these excerpts bring this MS into relation with MS V, which 
contains a copy of Recension C; viz., bxsQa rov Uvd'ayaQOv 
//hadi (sic) 2, f. 5^^ col. 2, and a "Pythagorean table," :n:Xivd'7]q 
(sic) f;3, f 6^, col. 2, both also found in MS V. I have disco- 
vered only one other MS in which the Clavicula and the Test 
appear together, and that is MS W, in which there are three 
very badly written pages of the former and a complete copy 



1 This well known niagico-astrological work, though mediaeval in its 
present form, is based on older materials. The Harleian MS contains the longest 
Greek copy I have seen. The vy^OfiavTSla in Munich MS. 70, ff. 240—253 (cf. 
CCAG VII 3, 3, f. 240), is well written, but shorter. Paris, g^raec. 2419 (= MS W) 
has, as remarked above, only a fragment, and that miserably written. It is to 
this last that Reitzenstein refers in Poim, 187, n, i. Other Greek MSS, known 

'to me only through catalogues, are Turin C YII 15, f. 75V [CCAGIY 16), called 
t^f/avsia; Mt. Athos, Dionysios monastery, (Lambros, Cai I 400) No. 3816.4 
(282), f. 28v~37r, entitled zd xXri6)iv z?Jq ndatjg t^/v?/? t7Jq ly^of/avriag^ 
. . . avpzsd-sp naQO. rov SoXofiiovzog, x. r. L Latin, French, Italian, and 
English MSS of the Clavicula are numerous. Cf. the translation from Latin into 
English by S. L. M. Mathers, Ciavictila Salomonis^ London, 1889, Seligsohn in 
JE^ art, "Solomon, Apocryphal Works" (XI 447), accepts a Hebrew original. 
He knows no Greek form. 

2 MS V, f. 274 (cf. CCAG IV 41, Bon. Univ. 3632). 

3 MS V, f. 274V, closing the ^nioxoX^ Uv^ayoQov. 



Manuscripts L and P. 1 5 

of Recension C of the latter. Fragment i), or L, contains about 
two-thirds of the Test, ending in the middle of a column. 

While on a brief visit to England in January and February, 
1908, I undertook to go through all the Greek MSS of magical 
contents in the British Museum, as well as all the Solomonic 
literature in Latin, French, and English. In the course of the 
search I came across the Onoskelu story, then the longer frag- 
ment ,of the Test (L), and later the other pieces in the Clavi- 
acla. Unfortunately I have been able to get no light on the 
provenience of the codex. But it certainly has Italian relation- 
ships, since the "Pythagorean'* letter and table are found in 
several other Italian MSS ^ besides V, and S of Vienna which 
is closely related to V^. 

5. P Bibliotheque Nationale, Anciens fonds grecs, No. 38 
(Colbert 4895); XVI cent, paper, cm. 15.5x20.5; 24 ff. 
in three quaternions; well preserved; entitled dtad^x?] 
ooXofiSvrog, etc.; published by Fleck, reprinted in part 
by Furst, and entire by Migne; cf. Editions Nos. i, 2, 
and 3. 
The manuscript has been carefully and intelligently written. 
The handwriting is somewhat unskilful and angular in appea- 
rance, but easily readable. The letters are ligatured as ordina- 
rily in the sixteenth century, but compendia and abbreviations 
are rare, even such words as d-sog and TsQoCoXv^a being often 
written out in full. lotacism is very rare. The iota subscript, 
the accents, and the breathings are almost always correctly 
given. Unfortunately the punctuation, consisting of the comma, 
and the period at various heights, is most profusely employed 
and, as Furst says, "verstoBt gegen jede auf bestimmte Grund- 
satze basierte Abzeichnung der Satzteile"^. 

Not only has the manuscript been carefully written, but 
part of it has also been through the hands of a corrector. 
A large number of letters which seemed uncertain to the co- 



1 Cf. CCAG IV (codd. Ital.) 15 (Taurin. 5, f. 39V), 31 (Mutin. 11, f. 77), 
53 (Neapol. 19, f. 44), 75 (Florent. = Laurent. 29, f. 38); also Milan (Ambros.) 
1030, f. 247. 2 Cf. CCAG VI 33. 3 Orient V, col. 596 note. 



1 6 Manuscript P. 

pyist were marked with three dots, in other instances he left 
part of a line vacant for the insertion of the proper words. Two 
such cases occur on the first page, where blacker ink, smaller 
and more crowded letters, and more numerous abbreviations;;) 
show that the words were put in later i. In one case the cor- 
rector hit upon the right text; in the other he missed. On f. a^^s 
a similar blank was left, but the corrector was too uncertain to | 
put his conjecture in the text; it remains on the margin, Un- ' 
fortunately he failed to go carefully through the entire manu- 
script, and not all of the uncertain places received his attention. 
Occasional corrections were made in the course of the writing 3. 
Initial letters of sections are enlarged, and in two or three in- 
stances the closing lines of paragraphs have been left partly 
blank. No attempt has been made to rubricate or decorate the 
manuscript. It contains only the Test. 

As to the provenience of the codex little can be made out. 
It belonged to the library of M. le President de Mesmes accor- 
ding to the catalogue printed by Montfaucon in 1739^. Henri 
de Mesmes died in 1596, his son, Jean-Jaques, who inherited his 
manuscripts, in 1642. In 1679 Colbert bought about 215 manu- 
scripts from the Duchesse de Vivonne, great-granddaughter of 
the former 5, among them the Test, as the list shows®. The 
manuscripts of Colbert came into the Bibliotheque du Roi in 1732 "'. 
In the catalogue of the Bibliotheque Royale (later Nationale) of 
1740^ it is mentioned as "No. 38 olim Colbert." Back of the 
library of de Mesmes it cannot be traced. Above the begin- 
ning of the text on the first page is written "Codex Colb. 4895 
Regius 2913 3", preceded by a short word ending in many 
flourishes. Of this, to me illegible, part of the superscription 

1 In I C. 3, 4- 

2 In C. I 9. Similar blanks are left in II 3, XXVI 3, 4.' Marginal notes 
are found in IV 5, V 19, VII 3, VIII 7, p, 10, IX 6, XIII 2, 3, XVIII 27, 37, 
XIX 1, XX I. 

3 Cf*XVIII 33, XXVI 2. The only serious omission due to carelessness 
is in XXI 31. 4 Bib. bib. mss., IF, p. 1327. 

5 Cf. Delisle, Cab. des, msc, I, pp. 469, 471, and Omont, Inv, IV, pp. XXI, 
XXX. 6 It is msc. tat, 9364 f. ll in the Bib. Nat. 7 Delisle, op. cit p. 439. 
8 Cat. codd. mss. bib. reg,, voU. 1—4, Paris, 1739—1744' 



Manuscript P. 1/ 

M. Omont says: "'Cent': ce numero est une code d'inventaire 
des manuscrits de la duchesse de Vivonne; il provient tres vrai- 
senibabletnent des de Mesmes^i. 

This manuscript has been occasionally noticed by scholars. 
Du Cange used it in his Glossarium published in 16882, referring 
to "Salomonis Testamentum ex Codd. Reg. 18433 et Colbert," 
and adding "vide notas nostras as Zonarae Annal. p. '^'^'K In 
these ISIotae, published in 1687, he gives the title almost as in P 
with the remark, "legimus apographum ex Bibliotheca Thuanea." 
Either this is a slip of the memory, or else the "apographum" 
was merely a copy of the title. The library of Jaques August 
de Thou (died 1617) was sold in 1680, most of the ancient ma- 
nuscripts being acquired by Colbert. But none of the printed 
catalogues of the library of de Thou show any copy of the Test^. 

Other references to the Testament are secondary and rest 
upon Du Cange 6 or Gaulmin, until finally Fleck came across 
the manuscript and published it in 1837. His edition' has been 
the basis of all subsequent labors upon this piece of Solomonic 
literature, until the publication of Istrin®. 



1 In the personal letter above referred to, p, 13, u, i. 

2 Gloss, ad scrip, med. et infin» graec, (Paris, 16S8), II, col. 32, in "Index 
Auctor. Graec. ined," 3 Now Far. gr. 2419, see below MS W. 

4 Zonarae Annalia ed. Du Cangius, Parisiis 1686 — 7, 2 vols, 

5 Cf. Delisle, Cab. des msc, I, p. 471; Omont, Inv^ IV, p. XXX; Biogra- 
phie Universelle (Paris 1826), XLV, p. 505 and n. 17; Nowvelle Biographie Uni- 
verselle (Paris 1866), XLV, p. 229; MaicheU, Intro, ad hist. lit. de praecip. bibL 
Paris., p. 60. Concerning this M. Omont, in the letter already mentioned, says : 
"Bien que le ms. 38, comme vous le verrez provienne de De Mesmes et non de 
De Thou, je crois cependant que c'est lui auquel Du Cange fait allusion k la 
p. 9 des notes du t. II de Zonaras. En. tons cas, il n'y avait pas de ms. du 
Testament de Salomon dans le Catalogue imprime au XVIIe siecle de la Biblio- 
th^que de De Thou." 

6 So the references by Hemsterhuis in Thomas Magister (Lugd. Bat, 1757), 
p. 636, and Etymolog. Mag. (ed. Gaisford, Oxford 1848), p. 142, 7, depend upon 
the Glossarium. Fabricias reprinted the title from Zonaras. On a slip pasted 
on the inside of the cover of the codex one reads: 'Testamentum Salomonis, 
Fictitium, non semel laudatum a Gauminio in Notas ad Psellum de operat. 
Daemonum. 4895." This is a mistake. , On Gaulmin's quotations see below on 
the use of MS W. 7 Edition No. 1; cf. infra Intro III i. 

8 Edition No. 4; cf. infra Intro III 4. 
UNT. 9: McCown. 2 



1 8 Manuscripts Q, S and T, 

6. Q Andreas Convent, Mt. Athos, No. T% ff. n— 15: XV 
cent; published by Istrin, cf. Edition No. 4^. 

Although Istrin has given no description of the manuscript 
or critical apparatus, \t is evident from the number of omitted 
letters which he has supplied in brackets, as well as from the 
frequent longer lacunae that it was carelessly copied from a de- 
fective exemplar. 

The manuscript contains only about one third of P; viz., 
the first ninety and the last two hundred thirty-seven lines, 
cc. Ill I — XX 9 being omitted. The omission occurs near the 
bottom of f, 12^, many pages, evidently, having dropped out of 
its exemplar. 

7. S Vienna, codex philos. graec. 108; paper, cm, 19x25; 
XVI cent; well . preserved ; the greater part unpublished. 
Contains two unpublished fragments: i) copies of the 
twelve seals said in MSS VW to have been found on 
the ring of Solomon, f. 361^; 2) one of the recipes found 
in the same recension (VII 7), f. 167^2 

The codex contains much astrological matter, and many' 
Solomonic amulets and selections. It has a large number of 
amulets like those in MS V, and long selections of magical 
content written in the peculiar cryptography to be found in 
that manuscript They must, therefore, be of related origin, 
S having beeh copied from V or its exemplar. I have not 
learned anything concerning its provenience. 

8. T British Museum, Harleian MS No. SS96; cf. supra, 
No. 4. 

This manuscript has already been fully described. A diffe- 
rent letter, T, is used to designate the three fragments which are 



1 I attempted tq secure a photograph of this manuscript, as of MS D, but 
none was sent. No reason was given for the failure. 

2 Cf. CCAG VI (Codd. Vindobon.), p. i. Some of the Solomonic matter 
is edited in the catalog. The names of the decani from ff. 357 ff, (p. 73 ff.), bear 
practically no resemblance to those in the Test XVIII, yet the materials are 
ultimately related; cf. infra p. 56. I studied the codex in Berlin, where it was 
very kindly sent to the imperial library for my use. 



Manuscript T. ig 

not incorporated in the incomplete copy of the Test found in 
this manuscript, and which belong to different recensions. 

T** (or simple T) designates a fragment containing the variant 
story of Onoskelis (Rec. C, XI), and part of Solomon's conver- 
sation with Paltiel Tzamal (Rec, Q XII 1—4, and 6 — in part — ). 
It begins without title in the middle of col. i on f. 7^ being 
separated from a magic formula which precedes it by a slight 
space, and ends in the middle of col. 2 on the verso of the 
same leaf. The remainder of the column is blank. The Test 
begins at the top of the next column, f. 8". 

T' designates a fragment from the Clavicula containing a 
representation of a seal and inscription which, according to MSS 
HI, was that on Solomon's ring. The seal, an elongated six- 
sided figure containing ten circles and various magical characters 
with the word (J«j9aa>^, takes up the greater part of the first 
column on the page (f. 33''), and following it are given certain 
instructions and the inscription (cf. infra p. 2/3.), which runs over 
into the second column, under the rubric jieqI xov da^xvXidiov, 
The Test in this manuscript (L), contains a somewhat different 
but closely related version of the inscription on the seal. 

T*^ designates a section in the Clavicula which contains the 
list of fifty (or fifty-one) demons which makes up a considerable 
portion of the unique matter in Rec. C. It runs from f. 39^^ 
(bottom) to f. 41^' (top), and bears the rubric, eVe^a ^iQa^r^o, 
(sic) T^e ccvT^g. The previous section has for its rubric, erega 
jtQa§?]g xov xad^QBJtxov (modern Greek, mirror). It is an exor- 
cism of a certain female demon and her people (^ xvqo. ^aal- 
XtCCa rj avfiJtlkia Ofiov fis xov Xaov rrjg . . . eCv xal ol agxovxsg 
Gov) in order that they may perform certain services for the 
magician, particularly that they may answer truthfully any 
questions he may ask. It is written in very late Greek with an 
Italian flavor, much more modern than the already late Greek 
of the list of fifty demons. T** is followed by a list of the 
demons and angels that rule each hour of the day, and another 
of the ruling planets and the work proper to each hour of the 
day. Both of these subjects had already been covered more 
briefly in an earlier part of the Clavicula] that is, the writer is 



20 Manuscripts T and U. 

here adding to the Clavicula matter of various kinds that belongs 
to the same sort of magic, but was not found in his copy. The 
last two sections he probably found in another recension of the 
Clavicula, for they appear without great difference of text in 
the Munich codex i. The origin of the list of fifty demons will 
be discussed later 2. The text of T^ covers about one fifth of 
Rec. C. 

9. U Ambrosian library, Milan, No. 1030 (H 2 inf.); paper, 
cm. 16x22.6; ff 1—378; XVI cent; two fragments: 
I) f. 233-, (= Ud), 2) f. 252V (= Up). 

As this manuscript is known to me only through the cata- 
logue^ and a photograph of the page on which Fragment i) is 
found, a full description of it is impossible. As to the hand- 
writing of the page photographed, however, and general contents, 
it closely resembles manuscripts V and W, discussions of which 
follow. It has two pages from the Clavicula^, here called v^qo- 
fiavreia as in Munich MS No. 70, the "Pythagorean"' letter ^ and 
table found in Harl. MS No. 5596 and Bologna University MS 3632, 
and some astrological matter found in the Bologna manuscript^. 

The manuscript contains several unfinished fragments, some 
of them, like those from the Test, "transversis lineis deleta." 
I should judge that the scribe filled up odds and ends of time 
and space by copying little sections from other manuscripts. 
Thus he started in on the list of demons, and when he had 
reached the bottom of the page stopped. He probably had W 
or its exemplar before him, for he usually follows the W text. 

U^ designates a fragment which, like T<^, contains the list 
of demons given in Rec. C. In this case, however, it is a mere 
fugitive fragment, with no relation to what precedes or follows, 
except as it is all of astrological character, and it does not com- 



1 Cod. 70, ff. 2431-— 246r; ff. 24or— 243r. 2 Cf. infra VII 12. 
3 CCGBA, II 1096. The photograph was obtained through Dr. H. Jantsch, 
as was that of MS D; cf. supra^ p. lo, n. i. 4 Cf. supra, p. 14 n. i. 

5 Cf. supra^ pp. 14, ns. 2—3. Here it reads, nv^txyoQov fjXtodQ}Q(p 
XccLQetv noXXa naB-lv, xvl. 

6 Ttegl Twv 5' paxavwv (sic), f. 250; tcsqI foxav&v i^ "Qoidiojv xal riov 
?' 7l)MVTjT(5v, t 246 r. 



Manuscripts U and V. 21 

plete the list, ending with § 11. It bears the title, Aaiiioov 0<pQa' 
yidaiisvog vjtb 6ajiv^uwvog rdde bIjcs, Aatfiovicov dvvafistg xal 
ovofiara. 

Up I have chosen to designate a little fragment which begins 
very abruptly in the middle of a sentence in § S of the "Pro- 
logue" to Recension C, with the words, JiQog avtoV oo?.of£<Dv, 
aoXofimv, xvgiog 6 d-eog aov eqeI. The catalogue does not quote 
farther, nor give the explicit. 

10, V Bologna, Library of the University, MS No. 3632; 
475 ff., paper, cm. 21.9x29.6; XV cent.; written by a 
physician, John of Ai-o (or the son of Aro, or Aron); 
Testy entitled Jiad^^xr] rov 6oq)coraxov (foXoftSprog, xtX., 
ff. 436^—441^; dated (f. 441^) December 14, 1440*. 
Unpublished 2. 
The codex is poorly preserved. The leather of the half- 
leather binding is torn away, and the book is almost in pieces. 
The rough, gray paper is becoming discolored, yet the writing 
is distinct One would not form a high estimate of the education 
of Dr. John from his handwriting, for it is loose, careless, and 
irregular, and his lines run up hill. His spelling is equally un- 
satisfactory. No distinction is made between, ec, rj, i, ot, and v\ 
between a and e; or between o and (d. Often /3 arfd v, occasion- 
ally a and et^ are interchanged. The accents are usually placed 
on the right syllable, but no attention is paid to the distinction 
between acute, grave, and circumflex, the last appearing even 
on 8, The breathings also are interchanged. The iota subscript 
is wanting. The punctuation, consisting of comma and period, 
is in general not bad, but not entirely consistent. Abbreviations, 
ligatures, and compendia are extremely frequent. Well known 
words or forms are abbreviated by leaving off the last few 



1 Cf. CCAG IV (codd. Ital. praeter Flor. etc.) 46. Olivieri, "Indice", 452. 

2 Through the customary diplomatic channels the officials of the Univer- 
sity Library at Heidelberg very kindly secured the loan of this MS for a period 
of three months from February to May, 1908, and later the extension of the 
time for three months more, transferring it also to Berlin, where I had gone for 
the summer semester. This gave opportunity for a careful study of the whole codex. 

3 Probably because the ligature for ei closely resembles a common form of a. 



22 Manuscript V. 

letters. The title, the subscription, and the initial letters of the 
chief sections are rubricated. Corrections, erasures, and marginal 
notes are wanting. 

The contents of the codex are instructive both as to the 
medical practice and the religious beliefs of the Middle Ages, 
for they include all sorts of pseudo-scientific biological infor- 
mation, pages of medico-magical formulae, partly in crypto- 
graphy *, and long astrological treatises. The codex is rendered 
unique by its cryptography and by the large number of illustra- 
tions, poorly drawn and highly colored, including drawings of 
animals and plants, and magical and astrological figures. 

The Test stands in gathering jw of the codex, being preceded 
by i) ka^VQipd-og rov ao^ov CoXofimPZog, f 43 5 ""^ ^^^ 2) jteQt 
fioravSv rmv i^' ^mdimv sQfiov rov TQiCfisylaTov zal Jtagl /9o- 
Tav(5v rSv £' nXavrjxoiv, f. 435^^. Following the Test comes 

OVSlQOXQLXOg 6 a7]Q7]fl* XOL ETEQOQ OVBlQOXQirOq TCal UTaltV BXBQOq 

xai dXg)a^7]Tov. After the letter jc of this third oveiqoxqitoq 
the codex ends (f. 475). Two further writings mentioned in the 
jtiva^ (f. 16^') are wanting; i) evii} xov aylov xvjtQtavov xal 
sTBQov (sic) rov aylov yQiyoglov, and 2) xal ertQeg rix^atg rov 
ooXofKDVTog \ None of these items were originally in the jcim^, 
but the writit>gs themselves are in the same hand as the greater 
part of the book. They evidently were not a part of the ori- 
ginal plan of the copyist. The codex contains also the "Pytha- 
gorean" matter found in Harl. 5596^ but in this case the copyist 
saved himself trouble by pasting in six leaves, the first five of 
which, containing the "Pythagorean" letter, were written in ano- 
ther hand, Dr. John continuing on the sixth. The titles of the 



1 Cf. m/ray p. 23 and u. i. 

2 Cf. Berthelot, Cot. alch, I I56f., Texte grec I XXsgf. (from MS 299, 
St. Mark's, Venice, f. 102 v, XIV or XV cent.); I have found it also in Munich 
^S 395 (Hardt, IV 228), and Brit. Mus. Add. MS 34060, f. 162V. The Bo- 
logna MS lacks the text which in three different forms accompanies the Labyrinth 
in the above three MSS. 

3 Cf. CCAG IV 134, VI Z-i, VII 29; Fr. Boll in N JBB kl AH XXI (1908), 
no n. 2; see below p. 26 on MS W. 

4 See below on MS W, p. 26, ». 2. 5 Was this the Clavkula'i 
6 a. supi-a, p, 14 and ns. 2 — 3 and p. 20 and n. 5. 



Manuscript V. 23 

writings which were pasted in are an original part of the jtlvag, 
and therefore, probably of the plan. From the similarity of 
subject matter it is plain, I think, that T, U, and V are very 
closely related. 

The Test covers the lower two thirds of f. 436^, on which 
it begins. After fifteen lines at the top of the succeeding page, 
all the remainder is occupied by the twelve seals which were 
engraved on Solomon's ring, with an additional circle in which 
the description of the seals given in the text is repeated K The 
next six pages are written solid, the writing space averaging 
cm. 17.5x25, On f. 441^ the first eleven centimeters of the 
writing space are occupied by a circular figure intended to re- 
present a magic writing of Solomon which is mentioned in the 
text (Rec. C XIII 14), and bearing the superscription, avT{t]) ^ 
^ovX(ci) 7]i^ 6g)6Q£o{e) OmXo^ov kjiavo rrj axsvsi avrov. Beside 
it stands another, empty circle. There follow the concluding 
five lines of the Testj and then the subscription, consisting of 
seven lines, the first five of which are in the cryptographic 
character peculiar to this MS and Vienna 108. 

The subscription, reduced to ordinary characters, is given 
in the Text, p. 212. Lines five and six read, eygag)?] Jtag efiov 
'Ico{avvov) laxQOV rov aQO iv etsi ^<;<l^fid' {Ivdtxrcovoci) 6' ev firjvl 
A6X£((i)^qIco i6\ The *name, 'iwavvov is abbreviated to Ico, the 
remainder of the line up to and including ago being in crypto- 
graphic characters. On f 362'' the name is given again in crypto- 
graphic characters, this time spelled, out in full, as follows: 
loavov latQov rov agov. On f. 327' it is found again thus: 
loavov rov ago rov largov. There can be no doubt as to the 
reading of the characters, since by a combination of two lists 
of words and their equivalents in different parts of the codex a 
key is"" formed to the cryptography 2. Aro I take as a place 
name, but am unable to locate it. 

As to date there is no difficulty, since that part of the sub- 
scription exhibits only the common abbreviations. The world 



1 Called Vs in the apparatus crit., cf. p. 214. 

2 The writer has in preparation an article on this cryptography. 



24 Manuscript V. 

year 6949 corresponds to 1440— i. The indiction, four, fits that 
year according to the table given by Gardthausen. The date is, 
therefore, December 14, 1440. On f 269^ (bottom) one reads 
the date ^<j^Jl^', and on f. 327"^ after the name, fi<l^v0\ that is, 
6939, or 1430— I, and 6952, or 1443 — 4. Although the meaning 
of the accompanying notice is not clear to me, I take it for an 
astronomical remark 1. That on f. 327'" has the appearance of 
having been added to the page at the lower margin after the 
original writing had been completed. As we have already seen, 
the codex falls into two parts, the second beginning with gathe- 
ring II, f. 435, and there is no reason why the first part may 
not have been written last, yet I incline to think the date was 
added after the writing. 

There are several other writings in the codex which in the 
jtiva^ are called jrga^tg Uokoficovrog, all of them having to do 
with magic. The references to Solomon, however, were added 
after the first writing of the index, and it would seem that after 
writing the latter part of the codex, the scribe came to the con- 
clusion that Solomon was the great source of all magical science 
and proceeded to give him due credit. The Tesi may well have 
been the cause of this opinion. 

Most of the writings marked jrQac,tg 2oXo^wvroc, have no 
relation to the ancient king, except that they are magical. How- 
ever, on ff. 360 — 361 is a considerable collection of amulets, 
two of which bear his name. In the one it is simply a part of 
the incantation 2. The other, a circle four centimeters in dia- 

1 The three notices read, after correction as to orthography, as follows: 
i) f. 327 r: fxvi'jo&ijti, xv^i8, r/> xpvx^v tov dovXov gov 'Imdvov xov ^Aqo xov 
laXQOv + i^ixEi) ^c,^v(i' [dalv) at >^ ?/? x[ovq) •) (• (1. 6 XQOvoq elq xovq 
Ix^vaq); at lower margin in faded ink: ^,^ ^c^lTi^f'. 2) f. 62 r: Iwdvov laxQOV 
xov ^Aqov 'fj fjhv fi x^^ ^ y^&rpaaa oenerat, xdrpo), x6 Sh ygaiphv slg xovq 
al&vaq fdevsi, + s^^sxs ^Qs/za ix Ssov sksvi (1. svQexai ^Xsfxf/a ix d^eov 
iXssivov}) + retX^vov. 3) f- 269V (not in cryptography): exei ^c;qriXS'' xvxk(ov) 
xy {asXi^vriq) (^.«6^a?) d' &E,ueX(i(p) ^' (tvdixxiwv)oq d-'. Cf. Gardthausen, 
6V. Pal. II 495. 

2 The same amulet is found in S (^ Vind. phil. gr. 108), f. 361 r, on the 
page preceding the copies of the twelve seals of Solomon (cf. supra p. 15). The 
amulet consists of a circle decorated within and without with magic signs and 
containing the following: icoj^X ^or^S^st (within a triangle). i6ov coXouiov) vioq 



Manuscripts V and W. 25 

meter, bears the title, rov aoXoficovrog fi£y{dXov)f and it contains 
within it the inscription which, according to H and I, belongs 
oh Solomon's magic seal, and which is given in the Clavicuia 
in Harl. 5596 (= T^), and in a slightly different form in the Test 
in that manuscript (L). The Bologna version has been designa- 
ted as V^i. 

As to the provenience of the codex I have been able to 
learn nothing more than has been already intimated. The crypto- 
graphy of the manuscript is sufficiently Hke the stenography of 
Cod. Vat. Graec. 1809 to make one think of the monastery of 
Grottaferrata 2 as some way the source of Dr. John's knowledge 
of stenography. Yet the inference that he was connected with 
the monastery would be extremely uncertain. He may have 
gotten the stenography indirectly or even have developed it in- 
dependently upon the basis of more ancient systems. That the 
manuscript is Italian in origin there can be no doubt. 

1 1. W Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Anc. fonds grecs, 
No. 2419, XV cent, paper, cm. 27x37, 342 ff., written 
by George Mediates. Test entitled diad^riTiri rov aogxo- 
rdrov aokoftSvroc, xt?.,, ff. 266^ — 270^ Well preserved. 
Unpublished ^. 
The codex resembles very closely the foregoing. The wri- 
ting is somewhat more regular and less hasty in most of the 
codex, lotacisms are almost as numerous; doubled letters are 
almost always written singly, even where theybelong to different 
words. As to all other points W is just a trifle better than V. 
W omits occasional phrases that are found in V, sometimes 
apparently through carelessness, sometimes because they were 
unintelligible. 

As to contents again there is great similarity, but in W the 



^a{^t)6 dQaxovtog yXoo(a)a ex<^^ paCiXsog syysestpaXov, Beneath is written 
the following prescription for the use of the amulet: avz(f]) r} povla yQai^JB) 
o^OKov HQOxov xai XTiva^aQi xat pLayvrifq xai paaza ev&a eici x^«/uar« {xai 
£01 ase^vrjtoq add. Bol; more correct spelling adopted where MSS differed^ 

1 Cf. Text p. 100*. 2 See M. Gitlbauer, t)berreste^ i Fasc. p. 3. 

3 On this MS cf. Omont, Itro^ II 256f. I copied the Test in Paris in May 
and June, 1907. 



26 Manuscript W. 

alchemistic and astronomical interests outweigh the biological 
and the magico-medical. Berthelot says of it, "Ce manuscrit in- 
folio ... est des plus precieux pour I'histoire de TAstronomie, 
de I'Astrologie, de rAlchimie, et de la Magie au moyen age; 
c'est une reunion indigeste de documents de dates diverses et 
parfois fort anciens, depuis TAlmageste de Ptolemee et les au- 
teurs arabes jusqu'aux ecrivains de la fin du moyen age" ^ The 
codex contains three pages from the Clavicular and some "Her- 
metic" and "Pythagorean" writings. The fact which connects it 
most clearly and indubitably with Bologna 3632 is that the Test 
is immediately preceded by the Hermetic work on the planets 
and the twelve signs of the zodiac, and followed, though not 
immediately, by two of the "dream books" which also appear 
in the Italian manuscript 2. The very position of the beginning 
of the Test on the page is the same in the two manuscripts. 
As in V, so in W, the Test begins about one third down the 
page, and at the bottom of the next page are found the large 
seals that in this recension belong on Solomon's ring. Either 
the one was copied from the other, or both followed very closely 
the same exemplar. The decision of this question can best be 
left to a later section (III 4) where the text will be discussed. 

As to the provenience of the codex, M. Omont has given 
me the following information 3; "Grec 2419: Provient du cardinal 
Nicolas Ridolfi (f 1550), puis du marechal Pierre Strozzi (f 155^) 
et de Catherine de Medicis, apres la mort de laquelle (1589), il 
resta sous scelles jusqu a son entree dans la bibliotheque du Roi 
en 1599. ^^ ^^^' 340'°; le bibliothecaire de Ridolfi, Matthieu 
Devaris, a ecrit cette note sur Torigine du ms.: avxri r^ (isydkrj 
fil^/iogj ^v IxofiiOB Tig EXXrjv kv Balvsagla diarQi^ovxt rq> 6e- 
OJioTT;], ot£Qiey^Bi aCtQOVOfiixa xiva xal laxQixa xai aXXa 6ta<pOQa. 
N° 35. [Deleted by a transverse hne.] N" 44 vigesim. quart. 
(Ce sont deux numeros successifs de la bibliotheque du Cardinal 
Ridolfi; s. e. capsae. x(p deojtoxij designe ici le maitre de De- 



1 Cat. a/c/i, I, Intro., I, 205; MS described, pp. 205 — 211. 

2 Cf. supra, p. 22. The titles of the "dream books" as given by Omont 
{/oc. cU.) are Oneirocrites Syrim and Manuelis Palaeologi oneirocriies. 

3 In the letter already referred to above, p. 13, n. r, p. 17, n. i. 



Manuscript W. 2/ 

varis, le cardinal Nicolas Ridolfi.)" W, then, like V, came from 
Italy. 

The name of the writer was George Mediates (or, Meidiates), 
as appears from a subscription found on f, 288. From a Pascha- 
lion on f. 275 running from 1462 to 1492 the conclusion is drawn 
that the codex was written about 1462. 

The codex has been frequently used by scholars. Gaulmin 
in all probability took from its the excerpts he quoted in his 
notes on Psellus de oper. daem^. From it Du Cange prepared 
a very considerable list of chemical and astrological abbrevia- 
tions and tachygraphic signs 2. In more recent times Berthelot 
has taken from it some important chapters in his Collection des 
Anciens Alchimistes Grecs, while Reitzenstein refers to it several 
times in his Poimandres. Aside from Gaulmin I know of no 
publication which refers to the Test. 

12. Bt^lio^^rpiri iiovfjg KovrXovftovolov, Xagr. 16. XVI 
(<P. 431), ... 4. diad-TJxat SoXofiSvToq, ^'Ajtavra sv rfj 

This reference is taken from Lambros' Catalogue of the MSS 
on Mt. Athos, No. 3221, p. 287. I attempted to secure a photo- 
graph, but was unsuccessful, and know only this reference to 
the manuscript. 

13. While studying in Berlin, Paris, London, Heidelberg, 
Munich, and smaller places on the Continent, I made search for 
other manuscripts and for. translations of the Testj but without 
success. None of the catalogues which I was able to consult 
gave indications of its presence in any form. Through the kind- 
ness of Dr. A. F. R. Petsch, then professor in Heidelberg, and 
later in the University of Liverpool, inquiries were mady by 
friends of his in the libraries at St. Petersburg and Moscow, 
but without success. Dr. F, C, Conybeare was so kind as to 
search in the Vatican Library. Though he was under the im- 
pression that a Latin manuscript was in existence 3, he was 



1 See above, p. 17, ns. 6, 7. 

2 Gtosj!., "Notarum characteres, Notae aliae," coll. 19—22, in vol. II. 

3 At Florence; see the Guanizan, Mar. 29, 1899, p. 442. Dr. Conybeare 



28 Modern Editions, Translations, and Treatises. 

unable to verify that supposition or to find any other manu- 
scripts. No doubt such exist and will be found, but no others 
are available at present^. 

III. MODERN EDITIONS, TRANSLATIONS, AND TREATISES. 

1. Fabricius2 deserves mention before all others, because he 
first attempted a systematic collection of materials bearing on 
the Test As already indicated 3, he gathered his excerpts from 
Gaulmin and Du Cange, whose quotations he prints in full with 
some attempt at emendation, 

2. Fleck rather inaccurately copied ih^ editw princeps^ from 
MS P, mistaking many letters, and so causing himself and those 
who have had to depend upon his edition much difficulty. He 
evidently was not familiar with sixteenth century ligatures. While 
it has not seemed necessary to note his misreadings in the 
critical apparatus of the present edition, some of the more im- 
portant have been included as samples of his errors ^ 

3. Apparently the first scholar to concern himself with the 
text which Fleck had printed was Bornemann. In 1843 and in 
1846 he published conjectural emendations of the text, showing 
no little ingenuity, and in some obvious cases finding the ori- 
ginal, though missing it in every real difficulty, as is usual with 
such conjectures. In 1844 he published a complete translation 
in German ^, marked by the same learning and good sense shown 
in his "Conjectanea". 

4. Fiirst^ was the next to deal with the Test, printing the 
Greek text after Fleck, with a German translation, also in 1844. 



was so kind also as to send me a reference to Chachanov's History of Georgiati 
Literature (I lyoff.)) where mention is made of Georgian manuscripts of the Test, 
Unfortunately the work was to be found neither in Berlin, London, nor Chicago, 
and I have not seen the pages in question. 

1 The index to Omont, Inv refers to Anc. fonds grecs 25 11 as having a 
copy of the Test, but it is merely a copy of Prov. XXV i — XXIX 29. Two 
Jerusalem MSS discovered later are discussed in the appendix. 

2 Cf. Bibliogr. Ill i. 3 Supra p. 17, n. 6, p. 27, ns. i, 2; Bibliogr. IV. 
4 Cf. Bibliogr. I r. 5 Cf. c. I 2, II 6, IV 4. 6 Cf. Bibliogr. Ill i and II i. 
7 Cf. Bibliogr. I 2 and II 2. 



Modern Editions, Translations, and Treatises. 29 

The work, however, was not completed. Little attention was given 
to emending the text, but no small learning was expended on its 
proper translation and interpretation, though, rather strangely, the 
title is rendered "Bund", not "Testament", or "Vermachtniss." 

5. In Migne's Patrologia Graeca^ a reprint of the text from 
Fleck with a Latin translation was appended to Psellus, because 
of the fact that Gaulmin had quoted the Test in his Notae to 
Psellus' de oper. daem. The reprint shows the usual additional 
typographical errors, but in a few cases Fleck's more obvious 
mistakes were corrected. The article in Migne's Dictionaire des 
Apocryphs (Bibliogr. Ill 3) adds nothing new. 

6. Chronologically next in order is Dr. F. C. Conybeare's 
translation with introduction in the old Jewish Quarterly Review 2, 
which is marked by the famous rationalist's usual careful scho- 
larship and independence of judgment. He did all one could 
do with Fleck's edition. However, I am inclined to differ from 
him on questions of date and origin. 

7. As a result of the publication of Conybeare's translation 
there appeared two brief articles in the Manchester Guardian^, 
one by Dr. Montague Rhodes James,* and the other by Dr. Cony- 
beare, and a brief review in the Theologische Liter aturzeitung 
by Schiirer^, who differed with Conybeare as to the Jewish origin 
of the Test, 

8. In the same year that Dr. Conybeare's translation appea- 
red, the Russian scholar, Istrin, presented the text of the frag- 
mentary manuscripts which I have called I and Q, and of the 
interesting story called MS D^ His introduction indicates the 
true relationship, as I believe, between D and the Test, 

9. A brief notice of Istrin's publication and a review by Dr. 
E, Kurz appeared in the Byzantinische Zeitschrift^. 

10. Harnack has a brief notice in his Altchristliche Literatur'^, 
and Schiirer a considerable one in his Geschichte des jUdischen 
Volkes, which includes a valuable collection of materials 8. To 



1 Cf. Bibliogr. I 3. 2 Bid, II 4 and III 4. ^ Ibid, III 5 and 6. 
4 Ibid, III 7. 5 Ibid, I 4 and III 8. 6 Ibid. Ill 9 and 10. 

7 Vol. I 858. 8 GJV III 4i9f., HJP II III r54f. 



30 Textual History. 

Dr. Kohler's article in the Jewish Encyclopedia ^ I owe the in- 
teresting suggestion that the Test represents pre-Talmudic de- 
monology. Other encyclopedia articles make no special con- 
tribution 2. 

11. In Salzberger's dissertation on the Salomosage much 
space is dedicated to the Test^. He accepts Conybeare's con- 
clusions as to authorship and date, and accordingly takes the 
Test as representative of early Jewish-Christian demonology and 
folklore, making no attempt to distinguish Hellenistic elements. 
He has evidently used Conybeare's translation without reference 
to the Greek text^. 

12, Ginzberg's Legends of the Jews^ contains a section de- 
voted to the Test. It is a paraphrase and epitome rather than 
a translation, but follows the text of Fleck rather closely. One 
error is sufficiently serious to deserve mention: the aerial column " 
of c. XXIV is confused with the cornerstone of c. XXIII. As 
unfortunately the notes and references, which, according to the 
preface '^, were to have appeared in the last volume, are lacking, 
there is nothing to indicate the source from which the story 
was taken. As a piece of entei'taining writing the work may 
have a place, but it is a hindrance rather than a help to the 
study of ancient Jewish thinking because of its uncritical con- 
fusion of older and later materials, Ginzberg was not justified 
in using the Test without first sifting out the considerable non- 
Jewish elements more carefully than he does. 

IV. THE TEXTUAL HISTORY OF THE TESTAMENT. 

I. The manuscript families. — On the textual evidence 
alone, without reference to wider considerations of language 
and subject matter, which will be taken up later, the various 



1 IV 518, art. „Demonology". 2 Cf. Bibliogr. Ill 3 and 12. 

3 Bibliogr. Ill 13. 

4: This appears from his citing only Conybeare (p. 9, n. 9) and from his 
use of "Flasche" for &a?c6q (p. 97), following Conybeare's "flask" in sees. 
119 — 123, thongh the latter once has "leather flask" (119). 

5 Bibliogr. II 5. 6 Vol. I XV. 



Textual History. 3 1 

MSS divide themselves into four clearly marked classes or re- 
censions*. 

a) MS D differs from the rest in that it is not a "Testament.'* 
Of magico-medical formulae there are none. It is simply a bio- 
graphy of Solomon in which the demonological interest outweighs 
all others, quite closely resembling in many features the Arabian 
Nights. It clearly belongs to the "literature of entertainment," 
where Schiirer wished to class the whole TVj/^. 

b) MSS H, I, and L (Rec. A) stand very close together, 
H and 1 agreeing in a beginning which is entirely different from 
that in the other MSS, H and L (after I drops out) in the long 
omission, cc. XIV 3 — XVI i. L might deserve to be put by 
itself as a separate recension, for it has at a late period under- 
gone a special revision. A magician has endeavored to make 
the work more useful for members of his profession by intro- 
ducing directions for the use of the more important magical 
formulae in the cure of some disease, probably demon possession. 
He has also made some further changes in the opening sections. 
However, all these alterations, marked by modern Greek forms ^, 
are so easily detached from the remainder and affect it so little 
that there is no need to separate it from H and I as a textual 
witness. 

c) MSS P and Q (Rec, B), again, clearly stand together 
almost from beginning to end. The title and the opening sen- 
tences are good illustrations of their close similarity throughout. 
This recension, in P at least, is marked by two explanations of 
the writing of the Test^^ by a shorter beginning and ending, 
and by more extended accounts of many of the demons ^ 

d) MSS V and W with the fragments S, T, and U group 



1 The variety of recensions is not at aU remarkable in popular literature 
such as this; of, the remarks of Krumbacher, "Studien zur Legende des heil. 
Theodosius," in Siizungsber. d, bay. Akad, d. Whs.^ philos,^ philol, «. hist, Cl.^ 
1892, Heft II, p. 225, 

2 Since this is not a Test^ I have not called it a recension, but refer to it 
as MS D, See above, p. 5, n, 2. 3 Such as r^tov §Va^, I i, 

4 See XV 14 and XXVI 8; no great weight can be attached to this, since 
c. XV is -wanting in HILQ by accident or scribal error, 

5 See cc. XIX, XX, and XXVI. 



32 Textual History. 

themselves as an entirely different recension (C), which has under- 
gone a thorough revision. The Prologue, as I have called it, in 
order to bring the chapter and verse divisions into line with the 
other recensions, and the altered title, but especially the entirely 
different ending from IX 8 on are sufficient evidence. This re- 
cension is more interested in demonology as a means for reveal- 
ing nature's treasures and mysteries than in its medical aspect 
as emphasized in the original Test. It is marked by scribal 
omissions ^ 

2. The relationships and relative dates of the recensions. — 
a) MS D represents the story which formed the basis of 
the Test. The recensions have just been considered in what the 
writer regards as their chronological order. It is inconceivable 
that any one should take the Test as found in Recs. A, B, or C, 
and, by eliminating all the magico-medical element and the 
"testament" motif, reduce it to the simple tale of Solomon's birth 
and greatness, his temple building and dealing with demons, 
which appears in MS D. On the other hand, the very close 
resemblances between MS D and Recs. A and B as to general 
outline and even as to text in places, e. g., in the story of the 
old man and his son, c. XXI, proves the closest possible rela- 
tionship, and, therefore, the dependence of the Test upon the 
story as found in MS D. 

Yet D in its present form cannot have been the basis of 
the Test. It occasionally shows a fuller, secondary text, e. g., 
in the threat of the old man to cease working if Solomon did 
not condemn his son (D IV 2). Especially is this true of D VII. 
The question of c. VII i, loxi xal ^tsqoi^ daifioviov; and its 
answer, slat (isv jtoXXa, co ^aCtlBv^ after the statements of c. 
Ill 4—8 that all the demons had been brought in and set to 
work in the temple are manifestly a later addition. There is no 
reason why c. VII should not have been put into the Test if it 
had lain before its writer. It is evident, then, that MS D repre- 
sents a revision of the work that formed the original of the Test. 

1 See cc. I4, II, 14; V, VI, etc. The language of C is more consistently 
late than in any of the other recensions; see below, V 2, 



Textual History. ^^ 

The question as to whether cc. I, II, and VIII were part of 
this original is harder to answer. The editor of the Tes£ could 
not well include cc. I and II in a "testament," which must have 
been written in the first person to have entirely consistent. The 
abrupt beginning of Eec. B is probably due to truncating the 
original story in order to eliminate these elements, which do not 
fit the new plan. C. VIII could easily have been put into the 
first person and left in the Test. Yet it seems entirely possible 
that it was in the original and was omitted by the editor of the 
Test merely because it did not interest him, or perhaps because 
it did not suit the pathos of the fall. It is not inconsistent with 
the remainder of D, but rather comes as a fitting conclusion to 
a narrative of which the account of the sin of David and the 
birth of Solomon was the beginning i, I am inclined, therefore, 
to regard D I — VI, VIII as the original basis for the Test; with 
certain changes which we cannot follow -and the addition of 
c. VII, D received its present form. The making of the Test 
was a much more complicated process. 

b) Recensions A and B are both revisions of the original 
Test. The question of priority in this case is much more dif- 
ficult. It is plain that A is secondary at its beginning, because 
it is much fuller than B (c. I if). Again at its conclusion, A, 
here represented by H only, is much fuller, and probably re- 
presents an expansion (C. XXVI 8 — lo). In the main, however, 
A has the shorter text in so many places where B presents 
fuller information regarding the demons 2, that one cannot but 
conclude that Rec. A has the claim to priority in most cases, 
and is nearest the original Test^- 

c) Recension C is a revision of Recension B. The nature of 
the material in the added chapters of C, as well as the fact that 
in the fragments, especially in T, much of it occurs in, or in 



1 The transposition of sentences in c. VIII does not affect these conclusions, 
as it may have occured in the exemplar from which MS D -was copied, or in 
the copying of D without touching the original. But see MS E in appendix. 

2 Cf., for example, VI 4 f., XVI 4 ^m XVIII 42, XX 6, etc. - 

H Rec. A presents omissions due to careless copying or a defective exem- 
plar; e. g., XlVs^XVI I. 

UNT. 9: McCown. 3 



34 Textual History. 

connection with, the Clavicular which is a mediaeval product, 
establishes the character of this recension as secondary and late. 
The interesting account in C XIII of the origin of a -naivri Sia- 
d^rixTj which is to be given to the world as a deception and a 
snare, while the true, original Testament is to be preserved in 
one copy only until "the expected parousia of God," when it is 
again to be spread abroad, is plainly intended to establish faith 
in this recension as the real original article over against Rec, B, 
which it was to supplant. The numerous agreements of B and C 
prove that the latter was based upon the type of text found in 
the former^, yet in some cases C has a more primitive text 
than the present MS representatives of B (MSS PQ) offer. 

d) Illustration will serve to make the relationships of the 
recensions clearer. A good example is to be found in c. Ill 7. 
Here Rec. A (HIL) gives a text which is entirely fitting and 
intelligible: ajc^xovv de xovxov adiaXelotrcoq eyyvd-iv fiot jtQo- 
(o)86qev8iv. This became nonsense by misreading into ajtdvzcov 
6e rovtcov ov 6ia7ujio{^ as V shows (W omits this much), P, 
wishing to leave nothing unintelligible, altered to ajtavrsg 6e ol 
dalfioveg eyyiod-iv f/ov jtQosdQsvovCi^ which in itself is good, but 
does not fit the context which follows in § 8. Another example 
of B's improvement upon a text which seemed unintelligible is 
found in II 8, where both V and W, as W in the previous case, 
omitted the difficult words. In c. XVIII 42 the editor of B ex- 
pands a short section which in A merely closes the account of 
the thirty-six decani into an entirely new narrative of Solomon's 
treatment of demons in general. On the other hand, in the 
latter part of the Test, where H alone represents Rec. A, there 
are a number of sections in which the text of H is so brief as 
to be almost unintelligible, and, as it seems to me, shows evi- 
dence of hasty abbreviation 2. In these sections I have given B 
the preference, as also in the conclusion (c. XXVI 7—8), where H 
has an expanded text 



1 Examples may be found on almost any page; cf. c. Vft. This account 
of the writing of a "New Testament" may be compared with IV Eiira XIV 

36, 42, 45 f- 

2 Cf. XXHs, ir, XXIV and XKY passi??/. 



Textual History. 55 

3. The evolution of the Testament: summary of conclusions. 
— A number of stories about Solomon in which demons played 
a large part were gathered into a tale, d^ a revision of which 
lies before us in MS D 1. Some one who was interested in the 
magical cure of diseases then conceived the idea of the Test^ 
and decapitated the story of d, leaving it to begin abruptly as 
in Rec. B with the tale of a demon who plagued the King's 
favorite workman during the temple building. The editor added 
a more fitting conclusion in the story of Solomon's fall as found 
in Rec. B. The original Test^ then, consisted of the beginning 
and ending as in Rec. B (MSS PQ), but with the body of the 
work mainly as in Rec. A (MSS HIL)^. The present beginning 
of Rec. A resulted from an attempt to remove the abruptness 
of the first sentence, being constructed by piecing together from 
later sections items regarding the favorite workman. This re- 
dacteur also thought himself able to construct a conclusion with 
greater parenetic value. Rec. B is another independent working 
over of the original Testy with certain interesting additions. 
Whereas redacteur A was mainly concerned with making the 
story read better, redacteur B was in possession of fuller know- 
ledge regarding many of the demons mentioned, and accordingly 
added to or replaced several sections 5. Finally a student of 
demonological literature with a theological and scientific bent 
discovered some fragments which he thought Solomonic and 
which appeared to him to have greater value than a good part 
of the Test So taking Rec. B he constructed another Testy 
putting in a preface, or prologue, containing certain prayers of 
Solomon, removing the abruptness of the beginning much as 
redacteur A did, and replacing the latter two-thirds of the Test 
by his new material. In the story of Onoskelu (Rec. C XI) he 

1 Istrin in his introduction to the MSS ^which he edited came to the same 
conclusions regarding the relation of MS D to the Test as those expressed above, 
and I am in part indebted to him for this theory, and especiaUy for the disco- 
very of MS D. 

2 The text printed at the top of the page in this edition is an attempt to 
reconstruct this original Test, 

3 These are printed in brackets thus: r T^ or placed in the critical appa- 
ratus at the bottom of the page. 

3* 



^6 Textual History. 

presents a variant form of a tale which he allows to remain in 
the earlier, unaltered part under the name ofOnoskelis (c. IV)i. 
He seeks to give authority to his version by representing that 
it was feared and secretly preserved at the request of a great j 
demon, Paltiel Tzamal, who wished to prevent the publication l 
of its great mysteries, and that the well known, current form of -^ 
the Test had been specially written for Hezekiah, thus utilizing j 
an early tradition 2. MS L represents an interesting step in an- 
other direction, the attempt to make the work of greater practi- 
cal value as a physician's vade mecum, or book of prescriptions. 
Its reading with the proper rites would cure the possessed ^ 

4. The textual value of the MSS and their use in recon- 
structing the text. — Although MS D represents the original 
story from which the Test was evolved, it possesses no primary 
textual value, since it is not the Test, and, though its contents 
are similar, its text is rarely that of the Test. The attempt here 
is to reconstruct the original Test out of which Recs. A and B 
have grown. MS D is printed separately at the end of the 
volume. 

Our MSS of Rec. C come from a class of men of rather 
low mentality and poor Greek education. The numerous omis-' 
sions are textually of little moment, because the redacteur was 
interested in different matters from the originator of the Test, 
and the scribes were careless. Since, as we have already shown 
above (IV 2 c, d), C is derived from B, their agreement can have 
little weight per se against acceptable readings found in A alone. 
Where, however, Recs. A and C agree, they represent the ori- 
ginal text. Without C it would have been much more difficult 
to show that B was secondary. While neither V nor W could 
have been copied the one from the other ^ they may have come 
from the same exemplar. Where it was unintelligible or corrupt, 



1 In the critical apparatus to c. IV readings from c. XI of C have l^een 
distinguished by adding a superior letter to the letters T, V, and W. 

2 Rec. C XIII; cf. Josephus, Hyponmesticon c. 74, Suidas, s. v. '^E^enlag; 
see below VIII 3c (3). 3 Cf. II 5, 6; IV 12; V 8, 9, I2f. 

4 I can find no words in W omitted by V which the scribe of W might 
not have added by guess, while the reverse (words in V omitted by W) often 



Textual History. XJ 

V sometimes reproduces conscientiously where W omits or 
emends, for W Jaad the more intelligent copyist. Accordingly V 
has been given the greater weight except where mistakes appear 
to have arisen from carelessness or misunderstanding. 

\ Rec. B represents a learned, and in MS P a very careful, 
revision ^ Occasionally P alone preserves the true text owing 
to the greater intelligence with which it has been handled. Yet 
it must be used with great caution, since both redacteur B and 
scribe P have taken great liberties with the text in making ad- 
ditions, alterations, and omissions. Q shows more errors than P, 
but fewer intentional changes. 

'i The MSS of Rec. A have been rather mechanically copied. 
In some instances the scribes have not taken the liberty to drop 
or emend what they could not understand, but have reproduced 
it letter for letter 2 There are omissions due to carelessness, 
one so long as probably to have been caused by a missed or 
missing leaf in the exemplar. In general H appears to have 
suffered least from, intentional revision, but to have been in less 
skilful hands than P. Both were conscieritiously copied by scribes 
who knew little of magic. Therefore the better instructed L 
occasionally presents a preferable reading, although he was 
somewhat careless and illiterate and his practical directions often 
vitiate his text. In c. I I have followed MS T, since it alone 
preserves the first person, which the original Test ought to have 
shown throughout^, and also since it appears to me, following 



occurs, where other MSS make it possible to determine the true text; e. g., IV 5 
(yvffftog), II 9, IV 12. W omits by homoeoteieuton, IV 12, of intention, II 9, 
VIII 9, where the passage seemed unintelligible. Therefore V could not have 
copied from W. But I do not believe W could have made out the true text from 
V's unwarranted expansion in II 6 {(po^ov^evoq . . . ngoaypavGai), nor is he 
likely to have omitted the right words in IX 9. 

1 In one case at least P omits a difficult passage where H and L are un- 
intelligible,* viz., V 7; it omits difficult lines in V 4, cf. VW; it makes a glaring 
omission by homoeoteieuton in XXI 3 f., and a minor one in 1X6. 

2 Cf. II 2, 3 (HIL), 6 (H), V 6 (HL), XVIII 4 (HL). 

3 Cf. XXII 7 and XXIV 3-5 (H); XIV 3— XVI i (HL). In V 4, 5, IX 6 
H appears to have read '/. (= iaxiv) as !> (= Se). 

4: L maintains the third person for Solomon consistently, I the first; the 
others vary, but in general begin with the third and change to the first. 



38 Language and Style. 

a suggestion of Dr. Goodspeed, that H exhibits an attempt to 
make clearer the somewhat unusual language of I regarding the 
favorite slave. Here, however, as in the concluding sections, 
Rec. A shows signs of undue expansion, and in constructing the 
text of the Test, which always appears at the top of the page, 
I have followed Rec. B. Again, in certain sections toward the 
end, I have thought that Rec. A gave evidence of abridgment, 
and in these places, especially since the carelessly written H is 
here the only MS of Rec. A, I have given Rec. B the prefe- 
rence ^ In general, then, unless weighty reasons appeared to 
the contrary, H has been made the basis of this edition. The 
rule adopted has been, 'When in doubt, follow H.' 

In concluding this section it should be noted that we cannot 
claim to have the original Test in our reconstructed text. Such 
an admission would be called for on a priori grounds alone. But 
we have evidence on the subject, for, in the quotation from the 

Test which occurs in the Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila\ the 
Jew insists that Solomon ovx 'iatpa^ev alia eB-Xaaeh% while in the 

Test as we now have it, although the Shunamite says ctpa^ai 
(MS H) or GvvTQLtpov (MSS PQ)^ Solomon merely says Id^vca 
(MS H) or ojttQ xal exsksoa^. If we could find the original MS, 
many such differences would appear, but not enough to vitiate 
our general conclusions regarding the work^. 



V. LANGUAGE AND STYLE- 

This section will be made quite brief, as the grammatical 
index will supplement it by presenting the evidence for the po- 
sitions taken. 

I. MS D. — As to language and style there are decided 



1 Cf. supra, IV 2b, d. MS N has valuable readings. See appendix, 

2 Amc. Oxon, Class. Ser. VIII 70, c. XIII 6; cf. infra, VIII 3d) (2) (e). 

3 C. XXVI 4, 4 C. XXVI 5. 

5 In general the effort has been made to print the text as the author may 
be supposed to have written it, following the ordinary practice of the early 
Christian centuries as to spelling and grammar. As to v moveable the classical 
rule has been followed for the sake of simplicity. 



Language and Style. 39 

differences between the recensions. In this regard, as well as 
from the diplomatic standpoint, MS D is far superior to the rest. 
An educated Greek has edited and written it. The outstanding 
inaccuracy in his grammar is the use of the nominative absolute, 
or rather nominativus pendens^ not a serious blunder^, which 
occurs a few times. Once ayia is used with to and the infinitive ^• 
Otherwise tenses and cases are on the whole corretly used. The 
optative, subjunctive, imperative in both second and third person, 
and a future participle of purpose are found. Late forms and 
usages are rare. For the dative utQoq with the accusative is 
frequent. In IV 9 ovxixi 16'^]^ is a (Homeric and) late usage, 
subjunctive for future, which has contributed to such a future 
as eiCEveyxofiev in VI 2 ^. ^ovXsaai replaces ^ovZsi in IV 1 1 ^. 
As to style, the constant use of the historical present and 
the occasional omission of Isysc or g)fjal after the name of the 
speaker in dialogue lends vivacity, while the conversations are 
short and to the point. The writer has a fairly large vocabulary, 
including a considerable number of particles. There is a heaping 
up of epithets and synonymous words when opportunity offers ^- 
Specially noteworthy is the constant use of the circumstantial 
participle in various relations. The author is fond of dropping 
in a verb to separate the article and attributives from their 
noun^. The use of ^aaiXsla = "Majesty," and KQccrog = "Ex- 
cellency" in direct address is Byzantine. 

2. Rec. C. — This, the latest recension, is at the antipodes 
from MS D. How far its present condition is due to scribal 
carelessness and ignorance we cannot say, but probably they 
are partly accountable for its very poor Greek. Errors, such as 
the accusative for the dative, and late forms, such as -av as 
ending of the accusative singular in the third declension with 
an analogous nominative, e. g., <jg}Qayt6a, abound, and there are 
several Latinisms. The first sentence is an unattachable genitive 
absolute. The editor was fond of compound tenses. As to style ^ 



1 Cf. Moulton, Pro/es^. 69. 2 C. Ill 5. 3 Cf. Dieterich, Un^ers, 243 ff. 

4r ISid. 249. 5 C. I 2, 13; IV 6, 7, 9, 18. 

e C. IV 2, VI 14, VII 2, 4, 5. 7 See Prologue i, 2; c. XIII 4, 12. 



40 Letter Formulae* 

the additions show somewhat ambitious attempts at fine writing, 
e. g., in the prayers of the Prologue and in the closing chapter. J 
The same trick appears as in D, of dropping the verb in be- ..j 
tween attributives and their nouns. ; 

3. Rec, B. — Rec. B is more correct as to grammar and 
simpler as to style than Rec. C. Between A and B there is 
little difference, but in its additions B, especially MS P, shows 
a tendency to more "correct" usage, but also to compound 
words, and in one instance it has a decided Latinism, jcqcoxo- 

fiatCTCOQ ^ 

4. Rec. A and the original Testament. — The editorial ad- 
ditions to Rec. A have some glaring errors, particularly in MS L, 
but, if we may judge from this recension, the 7>^^was originally 
a. very simple piece of writing in fairly correct Koine Greek. It 
paid no attention to refinements of rhetoric or lexicography, but 
told its story in a straightforward, paratactic style, such as one 
might expect from a man of small education and mental ability 
in recounting an interesting series of stories. On the whole the 
grammar is that of the New Testament, with developments along 
the lines taken by the Koine such as would seem to point to a 
period subsequent to the New Testament. The disappearance 
of the optative, the aorist subjunctive for the future, the increase 
in the use of prepositions and compound words, and the nume- 
rous locutions which are characterized by the Atticists as vulgar 
constitute the evidence on this point. Real Semitisms do not 
appear in the Test That the xal kysvsxo construction may be 
called such I cannot believe 2. Another so-called Semitism, the 
demonstrative repeating the relative, occurs, but it is a mere 
blunder due to an attempt to repair a garbled passage 3- 

5. Letter of Adarkes to Solomon. — The letter of the 
Arabian King in c. XXII contains two peculiarities, the absence 
of the name of the sender from the introductory formula and 
in MS D the use of direct address, ^aatXev UoXofiSv, xaigotq. 
Unfortunately the two treatises which have appeared on the 



1 C. I 2. 2 Contrast Conybeare, JQR XI 6, and Moulton, Proleg. i6f. 
3 C. I 9, Rec. C; cf. Moulton, op. cit. 94 f. 



Letter Formulae. aI 

subject ot Greek letter formulae ^ do not carry the subject far 
enough into the Byzantine period to aid us here, and the extant 
letters have too often been handed down without the introduc- 
, tory formula \ 

So far as the evidence goes, the use of variations of the 
customary formula, o delva to; delvi yaiQBiVj does not mark any 
particular era. The use of x^iQotq with the vocative seems a 
^ign either of servility or of poor breeding, for three of the in- 
stances known to me from the papyri are from people of little 
culture, while the ancients particularly reprobated the use of the 
first person and direct address 3. Perhaps the editor of D thought 
such familiarity entirely legitimate between kings, or wished to 
represent the Arabian king as inferior to Solomon*. 

To account for the absence of the senders's name three 
theories are possible: either /^ad^^ei;^ ^pa^o? 2^ l4d«()x?;g has fallen 
out by haplography, or the MS D form was original and the 
present text of A and B is a correction to the third person, or 
the writer has used the form which was customary in copies of 
letters-^ Other evidence for the secondary character of the 
present text of D seems too strong to allow the second alter- 
native. For the first speaks the fact that the MSS differ decidedly 
as to the lines immediately preceding the letter. More decisive, 
however, seems the consideration that such a writer could hardly 
be expected to be precise as to letter formulae, particularly as 
the identity of the sender is plainly indicated in the text. 

Unfortunately in any case we reach the negative conclusion 
that the peculiarities of the letter formulae give no aid in deter- 
mining the date of the recensions. 



1 Gerhard and Ziemann, see Bibliography IV infra. 

2 See Hercher and Migne, FG. 

3 Apollonius Dyscolus, de const, II 9, III 14, ed. Bekker, 112, 1. 27 — 113, 
1. 10, 232, 11. i8ff.; Scholiast to Dionysius Thrax, 550, 11. 14—23, ed. Hilgard. 
Ziemann found six examples of xaLgoiQ to which add Ox P \i2 (I 177, III/IV 
cent.) and the optative tYriq, Migne, PG 161, cols. 688, 692, 697; and nine 
examples of xaiQE to which add Ox P 1156 (VIII 258, III cent.); op. cit., 295. 

4: Ziemann, op. cit.^ 296 f., suggests also the possibility of Latin influence. 
5 Cf. Ziemann, op. cit.^ 285 f.; petitions and memorials give no precedent 
for such it form, cf. ibid.^ 259 — 266. 



42 Evidence as to Translation. 

6. Is the Testament a translation? — Dr. M. Gaster argues 
that the Test is translated from Hebrew ^ Such a view is natu- 
rally suggested by the large number of Hebrew names of angels 
and demons, to say nothing of the fact that Solomon, the great 
Jewish wise man, is the hero of the story. Dr. Gaster finds evi- 
dence of translation in the expression xm ayyilm rov d-sov rw. 
xaXovfievcp ^Ag)aQc6g), o sQfirjPS'iErai Pag)a7j?., . . . ocaraQyovfiac^ 
He believes that we have here a misunderstanding of the word 
Shem-ha-meforash^ perush having been taken to mean "inter- 
pretation." Aside from the precariousness of argument from a 
single case such as this, the decisive fact is that this expression 
is an editorial addition found only in MS P. HL present a 
shorter and simpler text, vjtb rov dyyeXov 'Pag)a^X (xaraQyovf^ai), , 
There is no reason why HL should have omitted the phrases : 
of P if they had stood in the original lest, for they are per- 
fectly intelligible, with only an element of mystery in the word 
'Ag)aQ(Dg) such as this sort of literature loves. The editor of 
Rec. B contiibuted this out of his fund of magical knowledge ^ 

As it seems to me, the strongest evidence for translation 
from a Semitic original is to be found in Rec. A in the list of 
decani, the thirty-six croty^Btay where all from the twentieth on 
call themselves gvg (H, XVIII 24—40), or Qtg {U XVIII 24—28). 
This word surely is a transliteration of TVr\. But even such a 
transliteration does not prove that the whole Test was originally 
written in Hebrew or Aramaic. This particular section, which is 
plainly of Egyptian origin, has been partially revised by a Jew 
before it was taken over into the Test^. 

Another possible piece of evidence is to be found in the 
clause ajtoyovoq 6e elfii aQXc(.yyeXov rrjg dvvdfiscog rov ©aov'*. 
Ouriel is not the "power of God," as in Recs. B and C, but the 
"light of God." It might be thought that originally bi^'i'lDSi stood 
in the text and was translated by some one who failed to recog- 
nize it as a proper noun. The copyists, feeling the need of 
some name, have made various "corrections." Such a supposi- 



1 "The Sword of Moses," ^AS 1896 p. 155, 170. 2 C. XIII 6. 
3 Cf. m/ra VII 11. 4 Cf. in/ra VII 5. 5 C. II 4. 



Chief Ideas. 43 

tion would be entirely probable if the language of the Test 
elsewhere gave evidence of translation. It is more likely the 
passage was written by one who knew no Hebrew. 

7. Tentative conclusion, — It seems much more natural to 
explain all apparent indications of Semitic origin a& due to the 
fact that the writer of the Test has used materials already trans- 
lated from languages unfamiliar to him. Did the heathen com- 
piler of the great Paris magic papyrus translate the biblical 
material he used? Did the writers of the Synoptic Gospels trans- 
late their sources from Aramaic? No one so alleges. Our ten- 
tative conclusion, then, at this stage of the investigation, must 
be that tlie native language of the writer of the Test was Greek. 
So far a study of the language of the work has taken us. For 
a more precise answer as to its origin we must analyze its chief 
ideas and their sources. 

VI. THE CHIEF IDEAS OF THE TESTAMENT. 

The Test is a collection of astrological, demonological, and 
magical lore, brought together without any attempt at consi- 
stency. The writer attempts no science or philosophy of demo- 
nology; indeed he is a compiler rather than an author. 

I. Demonology^. No general statement is made as to the 
origin of demons, and the data given in particular cases disagree. 
Some are fallen angels 2 others are the offspring of angels and 
the daughters of men ^. One is the spirit of a murdered giant, 
one is perhaps born of a bath qol^. They dwell in deserts, 
tombs, precipices, caves, chasms, and at cross roads ^. 

As to their nature certain intimations are given. Most of 
them are embodied spirits. Of one this is distinctly stated^, 
while a number are minutely described, generally as griffins 
combined of animals and birds, or of animals and man. One is 
a wind merely, but when put into a sack he acts like a man '. 
They can, within limits, assume different forms s. They are an- 



1 Cf. Index II. 


2 C. 


VI 2. 


3 C. V 3. 


4 C. XVII I, IV 8. 


5 C. 


IV 5; VIII 4. 


6 C. IV 4. 


7 Cc. XXII, XXIII. 


8 C. 


IV 4: 113. 





44 DemOnologyk 

thropomorphically conceived. Onoskelis quails before a threat- 
ened beating^, Asmodaeus is bound and beaten 2, Kunopegos 
almost faints from thirst ^, Akephalos Daemon sees through his 
breasts and is blinded when the seal is pressed upon him**. 
Some are female, and the writer probably thought it possible 
for both males and females to have offspring^. They have all 
the physical as well as psychical passions of mankind. 

Though they thus resemble human beings so closely, they 
have a certain likeness also to the angels. They escape many 
of the physical limitations of men, in that they may assume 
various forms and are supernaturally crafty and powerful. They 
know the future, and several of them tell Solomon of coming 
events. How this is possible is explained by Ornias, who relates 
that the demons fly up to the gates of heaven and overhear 
the decisions announced to the great concourse of angels there; 
then, coming down, they make use of their knowledge to injure 
mankind. However, this foreknowledge is gained at great risk, 
for, having no place to light at the gate of heaven, tliey become 
weary and fall, and these falling demons are what men call 
shooting stars ^. 

No systematized demonic hierarchy is known. Beelzebu], 
as chief of the whole tribe of demons', is summoned to assist 
Solomon in dealing with them. He has a vicegerent, named 
Abezethibou, like himself a fallen angel, who is the great spirit 
of rebellion against God and the good. Beelzebul apparently 
now rules upon earth and Abezethibou in Tartarus, though the 
latter is "nourished in the Red Sea," where he was confined on 
the overthrow of Pharaoh and his host 8. He is haled before 
Solomon by Ephippas, not by Beelzebul, and may, therefore, be 
thought of as independent of the latter 9. Beelzebul is plainly 



1 C. IV II. 2 c. V 6. 3 C. XVI 5. 4 C. IX 3. 

5 C. V 4; Rec. B certainly so thought; cf. VI 6; XXII 20. 

6 C. XX 14—17. 

7 Cc. Ill, VI. BsBXt^s^ovX, the form occurring in the majority of 
NT MSS and adopted by Tischendorf, Nestle, and von Soden, is the form of 
Recs. BC. H has BesX'C^s^ov^X, said by Legge to be the Coptic form [PSBA 
XXIII 248). 8 Cc. VI 3; XXV. 9 Cc. VI 5, 6; XXIII 2; XXIV i. 



Demonology. 45 

identified with the aQXG)v xmv dacfiopicov of the Gospels 1, for 
he trembles before "Emmanuel of the Hellenists" 2. But he is 
not "Lucifer, star of the morning" 3; his star is *^(J:7r£()ta4. Except 
in C. Ill, where he is first summoned, and in C. VI, where he 
is examined, Beelzebul is a figurehead. Only Kunopegos, a sort 
of Poseidon, mentions the fact that he, with all the demons, is 
subject to Beelzebul's direction, and at intervals comes to land 
to consult him; it was on one of these trips that Beelzebul 
arrested him and brought him before Solomons 

Many interesting demonic figures appear, such as Ornias, 
Asmodaeus, Lix Tetrax, Pterodrakon, the dog Rhabdos, the 
three headed dragon called xoQv<pri 6Qax6pra)V, Leontophoron 
the demon of Gadara, three liliths, or Empusas, called Onoskelis, 
Enepsigos, and Obyzuth, seven stars that are xocffioxQaroQEg rov ' 
cxoTOvg, and other thirty-six with the same high sounding title 
who are the decani. Limitation of space forbids their further 
discussion here. They cause all kinds of diseases and bodily 
defects, from seasickness to epilepsy, being particularly dangerous 
to women in childbirth and to infants. They destroy fields, 
flotks, houses, ships, and human lives, and will finally bring the 
end of the world ^. The thirty-six decani are entirely of this 
sort '. Demons are sources also of moral evil, inspiring heresies, 
idolatry, lust, theft, envy, hatred, murder, war, and kinred evils. 
The seven spirits who call themselves xoOfioxgaroQEg are of this 
kind^. So far as the writer of the Test has thought the matter 
out, evil does not reside in the flesh, nor in matter, nor can it 
be ascribed to God; sins are the result of demonic incitement. 
How or when the angels came to sin we are not told. In 
any case there is no real dualism in the Test Though Beel- 
zebul rules "the spiritual hosts of wickedness," they and he 
are completely subject to God and to the divinely ordained 
means for their subjugation. Mention is made of demons in 
Tartarus, but no punishment for them seems to be known ex- 

1 Cf. Mk lU 22; = Mt Xlt 24; = Lk XI 16. 2 C. VI 8. 

3 Is XIV 12 AV; kcoogJOQOQ 6 TCQCot dvatdXXcov LXX. 

4 C. VI 7. 5 C. XVI 3, 5. 6 Only in P VI 4, cmoXat xbv seoafxov. 
7 C. XVIII. 8 CVIII. 



46 Astrology. Angelology. 

cept that which Solomon and the magic revealed in the Test 
can inflict. 

2. Astrology. — A large proportion of the demons in the 
Test have some definite astrological relationship. Demons and 
men are said to reside in a star^, or a sign of the zodiac ^ or 
a phase of the moon 3, and mortals seem to be particularly 
liable to injury from demons who are avvaCrgol with them, that 
is belong to the same star 4. The author seems to think of the 
influence of the stars as wholly baleful. Asmodaeus says, 
"through the stars I ("scatter^ madness after women" ^, and that 
suggests the prevailing notion. There is, I believe, no reference 
to prediction by means of astrology. 

One chapter (XVIII), a list of the thirty-six decani, is a 
piece of astrological material taken over bodily. In this case 
each dsxapog is thought of as a demon causing certain diseases, 
which are recorded, and the means for counteracting them are 
detailed. Here the astrological entity does not belong to the 
demon, or the demon to it, but is the demon. On the other 
hand one may doubt whether the stars are thought of as living 
beings, for in XX 17 it is said, "the stars are founded in the 
firmament" so that they cannot fall. It would seem that astro- 
logical influences are operative, not of themselves, but through 
the demons that "dwell" in each star or sign. In other words, 
the astral deities of paganism have become demons ^. It is in- 
teresting to note also that the pillar of cloud of the ancient 
Israelites is transferred to the heavens, for, as Dr. James has 
pointed out^, the pillar suspended in air^ is the Milky Way. 

3. Angelology ^. — The angelology of. the Test is entirely 
undeveloped. Aside from Michael and Raphael no angels appear 
as actual actors. Numerous angel names, including many that 
are familiar and many not elsewhere discovered, are scattered 



1 Cc. V 4, VI 7, VII 6, et passim. HU^ai and ddevo) are the verbs used. 
aoXQOV seems to mean any astrological entity. An astrological papyrus fragment 
at Munich has points of affinity with the Test, see Arc/dv f. Pap.-Forschung I 
(1900-1) 492ff. 2 C. II 2. 3 C. IV 9. 4 C. IV 6. 5 C V 8. 

6 Cf. the attempt to combine the polytheistic and polydaemonistic view- 
points in VII 6. 7 CL Bibliogr. Ill 5. 8 C. XXIV 5. 9 See Index II. 



Magic and Medicine. 47 

through the book, but they are charms rather than designations 
of real beings. They are given .solely for their apotropaic value. 
Considering the fact, however, that the two great archangels do 
actually appear, it is likely that the author believed in the actual 
existence of great numbers of angels, jyst as he did of demons, 
and thought that each appeared, when his name was called, to 
subdue the demon subject to him^ Aside from the use of the 
word aQxccyyeXog there is no allusion to an angelic hierarchy. 

4. Magic and Medicine. — The prime interest of the writer 
of the Test was medical. For him demons were what bacilli 
are to the modern physician, and his magical recipes and angel 
names are his pharmacopoeia. The one case where he embarks 
upon a piece of magical mysticism only serves to emphasize 
this fact. For when, at Solomon's request that he speak jtsQt 
rc5v ijtovQavlcoVy Beelzebul tells him the recipe whereby he may 
see the heavenly dragons circling 'round and hauling the chariot 
of the sun 2, he is at once rebuked and silenced. Evidently this 
was forbidden magic, although it might well be true. There is 
likewise a story of obtaining wealth through a demon 3, but such 
suggestions bear fruit only for the beautifying of the temple ^. 
Such use of demons is evidently dangerous. 

As in his demonology, so also in his magic the author com- 
bined various and inconsistent views. He has full confidence in 
the power of the magic name, which, in most cases, is an angel 
name. To subjugate Onoskelis Solomon "spoke the name of the 
Holy One of Israel" ^ Men are led astray, says Asmodaeus, 
"because they do not know the names of the angels which are 
ordained over us" 6. In the original Test Ephesia grammata are 
infrequent, except in the list of the thrity-six decani'^. Here 
there appear some well known angel names, a few that are pos- 
sibly real names, but not a few ovo^ara aOfjfia in the best 
manner of the magic papyri and "Gnostic" amulets. Since these 
voces mysticae are less numerous in the former part of the 



1 As Raphael does, II yf. Cf. Test Dan VI i. 2 C. VI 10 f. 
3 C. IV 7. 4 C. X 5—9. 6 C. IV 12. 6 C. V 5; cf. XXVI 8 H. 
7 C. XVIII, esp. sees. i5f., 21, 29, 32; cf. also VII 6, likewise ^ piece of 
unregenerate Hellenistic magic. 



48 Solomon and His ring. 

section, it would appear that a Jewish editor had undertaken j 
the task of removing the heathen elements, but had become 
weary before he was done. j 

Likewise there appear the well-known apotropaic materials, 
such as iron, lead, wood from a wrecked ship, spittle, certain 
organs of animals, and kinds of plants ^, and the common ma- 
gical devices, such as the use of the cause to cure the ill, i. e., 
the name of the demon to drive the demon away or a fishbone 
to cure a person who has swallowed one^ the drinking of po- 
tions or sprinkling them about, and the writing of amulets or 
hanging them in the house ^. Surely these methods of aversion 
are fundamentally inconsistent with monotheism and with the 
view' that the angels are appointed to frustrate the demons. The 
ring of Solomon differs only in that it was probably thought to 
contain the ineffable name-*. 

5. Solomon. — Few figures have bulked larger in the folk- 
.lore of Jews, Mohammedans, and Christians than Solomon, In 
the Test he is already the wise man and magician par excellence^ 
the favorite of God, endowed by him with divine ooq>ia, which 
includes insight into the crafty wiles of his demonic captives. 
He uses the demons for one purpose only, to assist in building 
and beautifying the great Temple at Jerusalem, this labor being 
the usual form of punishment adopted for them. Solomon's 
glory, the visit and gifts of the Queen of Sheba, and the gifts 
of other kings are described in some detail; but all this is only 
temporary, for the ^^-ise king, deceived by Eros, held by the 
bonds of Artemis as the demons prophesied^, is eventually led 

1 See II 6, V 12, IV 8, XVHI 28, VII 3, V gf., 13, VI 10, XVIII 20, 33. 

I am much in doubt whether the means used by Raphael in II 8 to subdue 
Ornias is the application of parts of the xi^ii d-akdaa}]g (as with Asmodaeus of 
the fish), or the casting of the uot^a (in astrological fashion?), or both as in the 
restored text. I do not find (xoiQav ^LTtteiv in Vettius Valens as an astrolo- 
gical phrase, but Dr. Conybeare so understands it {^QJ^ XI 18 and n. 2). 

2 C. XVIII 35. 3 Cf. c. XVIII. 

4 Cf. m/ra VII 14. Cf. Charles' interesting view that the sealing of the 
144,000 in Rev VII 4—8 was to secure them against demonic attack (Studies in 
the Apocalypse^ 19131 PP- nS — 32). 

5 C. Vm9, ir. That Solomon was not regarded as a model of perfection 
is indicated by the statement that the murder of his brothers was caused by jindtri. 



Apocalyptic element. m\ 

by the Shunamite to sacrifice locusts to the gods of the Jebu- 
sites, and thus loses all his power. How soon he dies is not 
indicated, but at his death, convinced by the fulfilment of their 
prophecies that all the demons had said was true, he writes the 
Test and leaves it to the Children of Israel. 

The chief part of Solomon's magical equipment is his ring, 
which is given to him by Michael at God's command in answer 
tc» the king's prayer ^ Either in his own hand, or that of his 
best beloved servant, or even the demon Ornias it at once sub- 
dues every demon. The editors have removed the original 
statement as to the inscription, if there was one 2 What became 
of the ring after Solomon's fall is not stated. 

Several features of the Solomonic legend receive their first 
known literary expression in the Test. To quote Salzberger, 
„Immerhin wird es hier zum ersten Male ausgesprochen, dafi Sal. 
Geister beim Tempelbau verwendet habe und da6 er, durch die 
Liebe" zu einer Jebusiterin in heidnischen Kult verstrickt, der 
Macht iiber die Geister verlustig gegangen und ihnen zum Ge- 
spott geworden sei. Zu beachten ist auch, dal3 die ,.Konigin 
des Siidens" bereits als eine Zauberin (yo^ye) auftritt"^. 

6. Apocalyptic element. — The apocalyptic element in the 
Test is very slight*. Certain prophecies by the demons and their 
speedy and exact fulfilment are related in order to prove the 
trustworthiness of the demons* revelations in general, and, in 
particular, of their statements regarding their own activities and 
the means for their frustration ^, In some cases these prophecies 
extend far beyond Solomon's time, particularly in certain refer- 
ences to Christ as one who will subdue individual demons ®. 
The only section which may be called measurably apocalyptic 



1 C. I 5 — 7. 2 Cf. infra VII 14. 3 Salomosage 11. 

4 Dr. James, TS II 29 The Testament of Abraham^ says, "The names *Te- 
stament' and 'Apocalypse' are convertible terms. In the case of the Apocalypses 
of Adam, Moses, and Isaiah we have positive evidence of this fact, and it is 
known that most, if not all, extant 'Testaments' have a large Apocalyptic ele- 
ment. The Testaments of Job and Solomon come nearest to transgressing thi^ 
rule, but even they do not actually transgress it." 

5 Cc. V 5; VI 3, 5; VIII 11; XII 4. 6 Cc. XI 6; XII 3. 
UNT. 9: McCown. 4 



50 The Christianity of the Testament. 

in tonei is found in that part of the Test which is preserved 
only in MS P, and, therefore, while there is no doubt that the 
original Test had a prophecy in this place, it seems very likely 
that it resembled the one in V S, and contained at least no such 
detailed reference to Christ as is now there found 2. 

Did the writer of the Test, then, know nothing of the apo- 
calyptic hopes of Judaism and Christianity? At best these hopes 
had little meaning for him. He makes no reference to that 
element in Apocalyptic for which we would most naturally look, 
the expectation of the final overthrow and eternal binding of 
Beelzebul and his hosts ^. Aside from a single mention of the 
avPTEXsca^, the writer has his eyes on his muckrake and sees 
no happier future for the world than in the continued use of 
his wretched recipes. 

7. Jesus Christ. — One of the outstanding inconsistencies of 
the Test is its introduction of Christ as the "angel" who subdues 
certain demons. Whether these passages are Christian inter- 
polations in a Jewish document will be discussed later ^ We are 
now concerned with the religious standpoint of the writer who 
gave the Test its present form ^. 

It is probable that VI 8 contains a reference to Christ. Cer- 
tainly Rec B so understood it, and the phrase jcaga de^'EXXriCiv 
^Eii^avovrjX is natural from the pen of a Christian who was 
without knowledge of Hebrew, but familiar with the use of the 
term Immanuel in Christian circles, as in XI 6, Yet the text is 
so corrupt and the MSS agree so little that the meaning cannot 
be certainly made out. The garbled allusion to the "place of 
a skull" and "the wood" in XII 3 is so unintelligible as to 
afford no light on the author's views, but is plainly of Christian 
origin. 

Unmistakable is the reference in c. XI to the incident ot 
the Gadarene demoniac who had a legion of devils. But what 
is the meaning of ev tqioX xaQaaxrjQOi xaxayBxai MEQvt]yjoviitvoc^ 



1 C. XV 8—12. 2 Cf. Anfra VII 11. 

3 Jub X 8; I En X 6, 12; XIV 5; XVI 6; Mt XXV 41. 4 C XXV 1 

5 Cf. infra VII ii. 

6 With this discussion cf. Conybeare in JQR XI 5 — 12. 



Sources and Relationships. J I 

in section 6? P probably understood it to refer to iiid' (= 644), 
the numerical value of ^EfiiiavovriX, already introduced in VI 8 
and XI 6^. Can the three characters mean the trinity? In 
XVII 4 is mentioned 6 liiXXcov xatsXi^-aii^ ocoxrjQ, Ov to droi- 
X8top kv xq> fierwxo) may be a reminiscence of Apoc XXII 4, 
Tcal TO ovofia avTOv 8jeI Tmv li^xmuimv avxSp. The sign is the 
cross, as the next line shows, not a number as Conybeare con- 
cluded from P's frequent introduction of ;(|Mc)'2. Another distinc- 
tively Christian passage is much milder in the A form than in 
Rec B, which, as Conybeare points out, is distinctively patri- 
passian in character ^. Rec A mentions the virgin birth, an 
adoration by angels, and the crucifixion. The allusions to the 
permanent immaculacy of the Virgin and to the victory of 
Christ over Satan in the Temptation in XV lof. cannot be used 
to define the position of the originator of the Test^. 

Dr. Conybeare's characterization of the Christianity of the 
Test as "equivocal" is far more true of the original than it was 
of Rec B, which he had before him ^ The nature of the writer's 
faith can be better understood after an investigation of the 
sources and relationships of his subject matter, to which we 
now turn. 



VII. THE SOURCES AND RELATIONSHIPS OF THE SUBJECT 

MATTER. 

I. Syncretism of the Testament. — To set forth what the 
present writer has collected for the purpose of interpreting the 
Test and determining its sources and relationships would require 
a large volume. Yet what has been gathered has only touched 
the fringe of that great body of material bearing on magic^ 
demonology, astrology, and kindred superstitions which has 
recently appeared, much of it since this work was first under- 



1 So Conybeare understood, op. ciL 28, n. 6. 

2 Op. cit. 34, § 71. Diog. Laert. 6. 102 uses azoiXHOV for "sign" of the 
zodiac, 3 C. XXII 20; Conybeare op. cit. 11. 

4 Cf. supra sec. 6, infra Vll tr. 5 JQR XI 11. 

4* 



52 The universal human element. Assyrian and Babylonian influence. 

taken*. The purpose is to introduce here only what is absolu- 
tely germain to the subject of the section. One point is clear 
beyond cavil: Like other magic the Test is thoroughly eclectic. 
It borrows and combines elements, often contradictory, from all 
the nations that contributed to the civilization ab:ut the eastern 
Mediterranean, without any apparent consciousness of their 
sources. The whole course of the succeeding discussion will 
offer illustrations of this patent fact. 

2. The universal human element. — In one direction caution 
is necessary, perhaps especially in the realm of comparative 
magical and mythological study. Similarities are not always an 
evidence of borrowing. Take an example from the story of Lix 
Tetrax. As the demon in the form of a sand storm whirl-wind 
approaches Solomon, he lays it by spitting on the ground 2 In 
a modern Bengali charm for a whirl-wind exactly the same 
means is used to stay the demons Did the Test borrow from 
India or the Bengali from the Test} Manifestly neither. Spitting- 
is almost universally apotropaic^. And what is more natural 
than that spittle should magically lay a dust storm. So in many 
instances from widely separated localities the human mind under 
similar circumstances has reached similar conclusions. With this 
caution in mind we can proceed to notice the instances of real 
borrowing. 

3. Assyrian and Babylonian influence. — The great civili- 
zation on the Euphrates deeply affected Hellenistic, Jewish, and 
Christian demonological and magical beliefs. Babylonia is one 
of the few countries in which theology and demonology, religion 
and "her bastard daughter, magic/' seem from the first to have 
gone hand in hand^. There are no indications that the official 
cultus ever regarded magic as alien. Rather, the exorcism of 

1 See, for example, ERE^ arts. ''Ancestor Worship," "Baalzebub," "Birth", 
"Charms and Amulets," "Cross," "Demons and Spirits," "Disease and Medicine," 
'Divination,'' "Evil Eye," "Keres," and the literature there referred to. 

2 C. VII 3. 

3 In a little collection of charms sent the author by former pupils, Babu 
Probodh^Chandra MalUk and Babu Shusil Chandra Karuli. One must spit on 
his own breast, however. 4 Cf, Conybeare, op. cit. 23, n. 3. 

.5 Famell, Greece and Babylonia^ 300 f. 



Assyrian and Babylonian elements. 53 

countless demons seems to have been one of the regular duties 
of the priesthood, and, to judge from the relative proportion of 
magical texts among those that have been preserved, one of the 
most important duties i. Nowhere do we find a ranker growth 
of demonological beliefs than in Babylonia. Every possible ill 
or accident that could happen, "a toothache, a headache, a 
broken bone, a raging fever, an outburst of anger, of jealousy, of 
incomprehensible disease" ^, all were ascribed to demonic agency, 
and were to be averted or cured by means of incantations. 

This is precisely the atmosphere of the Test But it is also 
that of Hellenistic superstition 3, and such a general similarity 
of tone proves no direct relationship between the Test and the 
Euphrates valley. Can we find more definite evidence of de- 
pendence? 

A peculiar resemblance appears between one class of Baby- 
lonian demons and a figure in the Test: the alakku marsu and 
"Ephippas, the wind demon of Arabia. Since the similarity is 
somewhat vague, I call attention to it with some hesitation. 
Ephippas is an early morning blast of wind that kills man and 
beast ^ or, according to MS D, "uproots houses and ti-ees and 
hills, and destroys men"^. The alakku marsu is „der Damon 
der auszehrenden Krankheit" according to Jastrow^, but Sayce"^ 
and Thompson® render the word "fever." The following from 
Thompson's translation of the Asakku series shows interesting 
similarities with Ephippas' activities: 



1 Zimmern, Bab. Hymiten^ 13; cf. Jastrow, ReL Bab. Ass,, 253 — 93, Germ., 
^ 273 — 392, Rogers, Re/, Sab, Ass, 144 — 159; Weber, Damonenbeschworungen. 
The chief part of the hymns that have been preserved consists of incantations. 

2 Rogers, op. cit. 145. 3 Cf. infra VII 7. 
4 C. XXII 2f. 5 MS D VXi. 

6 Rel. Bab, Ass. I 348 fF.; he is uncertain as to what disease is meant. 

7 Hibbert Led. 18S7, 477; Sayce translates thus : "The plague-demon bums 
up the land like fire. The plague-demon like the fever (asakku) attacks a man. 
The plague-demon in the desert like a cloud of dust makes his way. The plague- 
demon like a foe takes captive a man. The plague-demon like a flame con- 
sumes a man. The plague-demon, though he hath neither hands nor feet (cf, 
Ephippas), ever goes round and round. The plague-demon like destruction cuts 
down the sick man." 

8 Devils and Evil Spirits II 31. Cf. Rogers, Rel. Bab. Ass, 147. 



54 Iranian influence. 

tlie evil Fiend, 

The roaming windblast i 

The evil Spirit which in the street creates a storm wind . . . ^ 

The evil Fever hath come like a deluge, and 

Girt with dread brilliance it fiUeth the broad earth, 

Enveloped in terror it casteth fear abroad; 

It roameth through the street, it is let loose in the road . . . ^ 

An evil ghost (?J hath assailed the land. 

And perturbed the people of the land above and below: 

A pestilence, a plague that giveth the land no rest, 

Hath cast desolation upon it. 

The great Demon, Spirit, and Fiend, which roameth the broad places for men, 

The angry, qualciug storm [which if one] seeth 

He turneth not nor looketh back again ^ 

Fever [asakku) hath blown upon a man as the wind-blast 5. 

That this is the closest parallel between the Test and Assyro- 
Babylonian demonology is significant. Granting that Babylonian, 
or, at least, Semitic superstition may have contributed to the 
figure of Ephippas, we still can assert only that the Test rests 
ultimately upon that great mass of Sumerian-Semitic beliefs of 
which we have the earliest and fullest illustrations from the Ba- 
bylonian tablets, but not that it has borrowed directly^. 

4. Iranian influence. — To Mazdaism is to be ascribed the 
questionable honor, not of introducing demonology and angelo- 
logy into Judaism', but of decidedly directing its development^. 
The Test has not been so deeply affected as has the New Te- 
stament Apocalypse, for example, in its war between Michael 
and the Dragon 9, nor even as PauH*'; for there is no dualism 
in our text. Its writer knows Beelzebul only as ^'ruler of the 



1 Op. cit. 5. 2 Uid. 9. 3 Ibid. II. 4 Ibid. 13. 

5 Ibid. 31. It is, perhaps, worthy of note that Ephippas is caught in an 
aaxdq-, a sack. However silly it may seem, is it not possible that a popular 
etymology connected asakku and aOicdq- 

6 The lilith, who appears in three forms (of. supra p. 45), is an inter- 
national figure, and, therefore, no evidence of Babylonian influence. 

7 So Perles, Boussefs Rel. des Judentums^ p. 36. 

8 Moulton, Early Zoroastrianism 304!!;, 325 ff., HDB IV 991 f.; Mills, 
Zarathnstra 436; Bousset, Rel. des Jud. 387; Clemen, Prim. Christ. 11 iff. = 
Religions gesch. Erkl. 85 ff., where earlier literature is cited. See particularly Griin- 
baum, "Beitrage" in ZDMG XXXI, 256; Dibelius, Geisterwelt, i83ff., igoff. 

9 Cf. Moulton, HDB IV 992. 10 d-ebq rov alojvoQ tovtov, 2 Co IV, 4. 



Iranian influence. 55 

demons" 1.- He has no doubt that God can empower Solomon 
or any one who knows the angelic names to frustrate and bind 
any and all demons. The archangels, though their names appear^ 
never are grouped together as seven, and the one group of 
seven demons has no Parsi coloring ^ Yet one cannot read the 
Persian sacred writings without being struck by the Test^. And, 
furthermore, the Test has adopted one Mazdian demon, Aesma 
daeva, or Asmodaeus^ very much in his Magian character. 
Plainly the demon of tlie Test is the same as that of Tobit s, 
but the writer did not have Tobit before him or he would not 
have used the heart and gall, instead of the heart and liver, of 
the fish as his (paQ^iaxa. His additional details, such as the name 
of the fish, yXavoq, show that, while he may have had the story 
of Tobit in his mind, he was drawing upon the developing Jewish 
folklore which had its fount in the original source and eventua- 
ted in the Talmudic Asmodaeus®. 

In another direction we naturally look for Persian influence 
to manifest itself, namely on the Solomonic legend. The Moham- 
medans identified Solomon with Yima, the Jamshid of Firdausi, 
because he had taken over so many traits of the Persian hero, 



1 C. II 9. 2 C. VIII; cf. infra VII 6, p. 60. 

S See the Vendldad, the "anti-demoniac law," (Moulton, Early ReL Poetry 
of Persia^ 12), esp. the incantations of Fargards XIX and XX, and the account 
in XXII of Angra Mainyu's creation of 99, 999 diseases [SEE IV 203 — 235), 
and Darmesteter's discussion, ibid. LXXXV — XCV. 

4 Moulton, Early Rel, Poetry of Persia 68 f., accepts the derivation from 
Aesma Daeva, as does Stave, JE I 220 f., and Marshall, HDB I 172. Ginzberg, 
y^ II 219, though admitting the identity, denies the derivation; cf. Clemen, 
Prim, Christ. 112, n. 7 ^ ReL-Gesch, Erkl. 86, n. 7. Moulton's theory that 
Tobit is a Magian legend revamped by a Jew in its present form {Early Zoroast. 
246—253) is accepted by Simpson, Charles' Apoc. and Pseudep; of the OT 1 185 f. 
On the influence of the Ahikar cycle see J. Rendell Harris, "The Double Text 
of Tobit," AyP HI (1899) 541 — 554, and Clemen, loc. cit., who quotes Fries, 
ZJVTW 1905 16S, which I have not at hand. 

5 Test V; Tob III 8, 17; V 7f.; VI 13—17; VIII 2f. 

6 A, is more plainly the "wrath demon" in the Test than in Tob. There 
is no reference to Egypt in the Testy cf. Tob VIII 3. Is the uncertain phrase 
TrXJQrig d6ovq ntxglag (Test V 13) an attempt to render the "wo;inding spear" 
of AeSma (I? I 32)? 1 Cf. SBE IV p. Lxvil, ^E II 217 f. 



^6 Egyptian elements. 

particularly bis renown as a builder i. The Talmudic story of 
Solomon combines elements from the legends of Takhma Urupa, 
who made Ahriman his horse until his wife betrayed him 2^ of 
Yima, the prosperous king and great builder, who, like Takhma 
Urupa, "ruled over the Daevas and men, the Yatus and Pairikas," 
but sinned and fell before the usurping Azhi Dahaka^ and of 
Thraetaona, the first healer, the inventor of magic, the fiend- 
smiter*. In the Test, however, we catch the story midway in 
its development. There has arisen, as yet, no demonic being 
to d epose the king, and th e Test lacks, therefore, the most 
characteristic detail which the Talmud borrowed from Persia 5. 

The evidence, then, justifies the conclusion that Persian in- 
fluences are at work upon the folklore from which the Test 
drew its inspiration, and have affected our text in part directly, 
in part through Tobit and, no doubt, other Apocrypha. Yet the 
Test cannot come from circles where, as in Babylon, for example, 
Magian influence was dominant. 

5. Egyptian elements. — Egypt is pre-eminently the land 
of magic, but not of demonology®. Her "Book of the Dead" 
almost from its inception had the purpose of magically insuring 
the happiness of the dead in the hereafter; and the ancient in- 
habitants of the Nile valley were so much concerned with tl^e 
future life that their magical texts gave little attention to avert- 



1 Salzberger, Salomosage 5 ; SBE IV 1 8, n. 3. 

2 Yt XIX 29 {SBE XXIII 292 f.; cf. ibid, 252, n. i). 

3 Yt XIX 31— 38 {ibid, 293—295, 297, and n. 5). 4 Vend, XX {SBE IV219). 
5 The legends of the Shakneime/i (cf, Atkinson, 5 — 34, the only version oi 

Firdausi available to me) with the allusions in the Dadzstan-i'Dlmk (XXXIX 
i6f., SBE XVIII I27f.), Bundahish XXIII i {SBE V 87), and elsewhere throw 
much light on the references in the earlier literature, but they have probably 
been influenced in their turn by the developed Jewish and Musulman tales; cf. 
Darmesteter, Le Zend Aoesta II 624, cited by Moulton, Early Zoroast, 150. Bun- 
dahish XXXIV 4 f. (5!5£ V I49f.) is particularly interesting because it brings 
Dahak into connection with Scorpio, much as the Test connects certain demons 
and zodiacal signs, Cf, a closer parallel to Solomon and Asmodaeus in King 
Mukunda and the hunchback in the Panchatantra (Benfey II 124 — 127 ; cf, I 129 f,). 
ft Cf. ERE IV 584—590. 749—753 (Foucart), III 430—433 (Naville); 
Wiedemann, Mag, und Zaub.\ Breasted, RTAE 281 f., 296, et pas.^ Erman, Ag, 
Ret, c. VI, 148—164. 



Egyptian elements, J J 

ing ill from the living. Yet enough has been preserved to show 
that the fear of evil spirits, especially the ghosts of the dead, 
was abroad here as in Babylonia and Persia, even thought the 
official texts reflect but little of it. Egyptian demonology is so 
lacking in definite color and in general so much like that of 
Babylonia and Greece that one can hardly hope to show from 
this side any distinctive Egyptian traits in the Test, In the 
times when the T^est was written it was of the variegated mix- 
ture that we call Hellenistic i. 

When we turn to astrology, however, the case is different, 
for one of the longest sections in the Test^ that having to do 
with the thirty-six decani^^ is distinctly Egyptian. It has been 
generally accepted since Letronne that astrology is not, as the 
ancients supposed, of Egyptian origin, but rather that Babylonia 
was its native land 3. As Boll, however, has shown 4, having 
been adopted by the Egyptian priesthood and actively practised 
by them, it came to be so thoroughly at home and so mixed 
with Egyptian elements as to be really native, "in ihrer Eigenart 
autochthon, wenn auch in allem rein agyptischen Inhalt von sehr 
spatem Ursprung" s. Particularly is this true of the decanL They 
were originally, not Babylonian ®, but Egyptian divisions of the 
equator', which were given an astrological significance. "Nur 
diese (the Egyptian astrology) hat die 36 Dekane personifiziert : 
alle andere Dekandarstellungen in Indien oder bei den Arabern 
gehen darauf in letzter Linie zuriick," says BoU^ This sentence 
is especially noteworthy for our purpose, for the Test has fully 
personified the decani. 

Various lists of decani have come down to us 9. With 



1 Erman, op, ciL 227 ff. 2 C. XVIil. 

3 M. Letronne, Sur I'Origine du Zodiaque Grec, Paris 1849, ^^P* P* 2. 
Cf. Riess, in Pauly-Wissowa II 180S, art, "Astrologie" ; Cumont, Or, Rel. 133 f., 
163; Astrol, 74ff. 4 Spkaera 372 f, 5 Uid, 373. 

6 Bouche-Leclerq, Asirol. Gr, 215—240. 

7 Boll, op, cit, 316, 336, n. 2. 8 Ibid. 2i6f. 

9 See the comparative table in Bouche-Leclerq, op, cit, 232 f., and that in 
Budge, Gods of the Egyptians II 304 — 308 ; also articles by G. Daressy, Annates du 
Service des Ant, de t' Egypt, I 79 — 90, III 175, 236—9, XarfT., iSoff.; by Ahmed 
bey Kamal, ibid, IX 192. 



58 Egyptian elements. 

these the names in the Test do not at all agree, but seem rather 
for the most part to be Hebrew, or, perhaps, mock Hebrew ^ 
Yet the Tests account of the activities of these siderial spirits 
is not original invention, for, at the beginning, the two chief 
lists, one given by Pitra from a Moscow and a Vienna MS 2 
and one given by Kroll from another Vienna MS ^, agree with 
the Test in certain essential particulars. The names in Vind. 108 
and its fellow, Par. 2419, do not correspond with any other list, 
just as those of the Test do not. The peculiarity of the names 
in the last, therefore, need not trouble us; That the activities 
ascribed to the several decans should not agree in all the lists 
is not strange, in view of the confusion in the Egyptian lists i 
While there is much closer resemblance between Pitra's and 
Kroll's documents than between either of them and the Test, 
still they differ in many important particulars. They all agree 
on the fundamental proposition, which Celsus described as an 
Egyptian belief, that the decans rule diseases, each of a certain 
part of the body^ In the case of the first decan all three agree 
that it is the head, although the Test adds xgoxafpovq, which 
M-V puts under the second. Vind. 108 has jtad-rj 6g)d-akfiwv 
under, the second decan, while the Test has it unter the third. 
Under the third both M-V and Vind. 108 have among other 
things toothache. All three agree that the fourth decan rules 
diseases of the throat. From this point on there are still fewer 
similarities between the three accounts, yet these we have indi- 



1 The allusion of Origen, contra Ceh. VI 30, to ol knzd. aQxovteg 6at- 
/xovsq is not applicable to the decani. There is, to be sure, an Antiochus ex- 
cerpt which mentions the 5' 6^xav5)V O'/rJixa (Boll, Sphaera 57), but this either 
means the Pleiades, or, as seems to me more probable, it is a mistake for the 
seven planets (cf. ibid. 280), which are sometimes connected with the thirty-six 
decani (ibid, 302), See Bouch^-Leclerq, Astral. Gr. 224 — 230. 

2 Analecta V, 2, 285, from Mosquensis 415 and Vindobon. Medic. 23, 
ol. 50, referred to as M-V. 

3 CCAG VI 73—78, from Vind. Graec. 108 (= MS S, cf. supra II 7, 
p. 18) with the seals for each decan; there is also given a parallel list of names 
from Par. 2419 (= MS W, cf. supra II 11, p. 26). 

4 Cf. Bouche-Leclerq, op. cit. 230, n. 3. 

5 Contra Cels, VIII 58. Cf. Bouch^-Leclercq, loc. cit.^ quotation from Fir- 
micus, and ch. XV, "La Medicine Astrol.," pp. 517 — 542. 



Jewish elements. 59 

cated are more than fortuitous. They evidently rest upon a 
common tradition. But M-V has for the first few names the 
Hellenistic transliteration of the old Egyptian names i, and there- 
fore serves to connect this common tradition with Egypt. 

We are safe, then, in concluding that this chapter of the 
Test comes from Egyptian sources, presenting probably a 
Jewish revision of a list of decani. The editor has made it more 
nearly monotheistic than the other accounts mentioned above, 
in regarding the decans as demons who cause disease, rather 
than deities who "rule" {xvQisvsi) or cure {iaxai) the parts affec- 
ted. Yet he has failed to purge out all the heathen elements, 
such as the amulets and voces mysticae'^. Other evidence of 
Egyptian influence I am unable to find. 

6. Jewish elements and relationships. — a) That Judaism is 
one main source of the Test is apparent on every page. The 
background, the plot, and the principal characters are Jewish. 
Solomon, wise man, builder, and glorious king, the Queen of 
Sheba, and the Shunamite girP are all familiar Old Testament 
figures, though sometimes presented here in strange connections. 
In pre-Christian times Solomon was already on the way to be- 
come a magician, both in the canonical books and in the Apo- 
crypha*. Josephus shows this conception of the king gradually 
developing, his exorcisms and the remedial or magical plants 
he had recommended being already in practical use by Jewish 
magicians ^ His ring, his power over demons, and his use of 
them on the Temple become commonplaces of Jewish legendary 
lore. His glory and his fall are put in telling contrast by the 
editors of the Old Testament as they are by the Test. 

b) The angelology and demonology of the Test are 
practically those of the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha. Our 
text contains the view, based upon Gen VI i — 4 and found 
in Ethiopic Enoch VI— VII, XV— XVI and Jubilees VII 2 iff., 
X 5, that the angels who fell and their offspring became 



1 Bouch^-Leclercq, Astrol. gr. 232 f., Budge, Gods XI 304—308, beginning 
■with No. 27, p. 307. 2 Cf. suj>ra VI 4. 

3 Cant VI 12, VII i. 4 See fuller discussion below, VIII i a), b). 
& Ant VIII 25; quoted below VIII i d). 



6o Jewish elements. 

demons!; but much of it seems rather to follow the belief found 
in the Similitudes (I En XXXVII— L XXI; cf. Charles, ^wt?^^ p. lo;) 
that demons have existed since the creation. The Pseudo-Phi- 
lonic Jewish work de antiquitatibtis biblicis, dating from the latter 
part of the first century A. D., in its citkarismus regis Dauid 
contra daemonium SauliSy unites this view with another found 
in the Test as to the origin of certain demons. According to 
a badly tangled passage Onoskelis is born of an echo. In the 
Citkarismus David addresses the demon thus: 

Et factum est tunc noraen in compaginatione extensionis quod appellatum 
est superius caelum . . . (There follows a reference to the creation of the earth 
but not of animals and man.) Et post haec facta est tribus spirituum vestrorum. 
Et nunc molesta esse noli, tanquam secunda creatura; si quominus, memorare 
Tartari in quo ambulas. Aut non audire .... Aut immemores quoniam de 
resultatione in chaomate nata est vestra creatura. 

Less apposite is a parallel Dr. James notes from Dieterich, 
Abraxas^ p. 17, y^XaCavroq Sk xov d-sov eysvv7]d'7]6ap d-eol Ijrra-. 

In spite of great differences in detail the general manner 
in which each demon's work is described in I En LXIX i — 12^ 
may well have contributed to the demon portraits in the Test. 
The section on the seven xo^^JoxQaroQsg (c. VII) is based upon 
exactly the same conceptions of evil and of demons as the list 
of seven vices in Test. Reuben III 3 — 6; yet the lists do not 
agree except that the third in each has to do with ftax'^, appa- 
rently a mere coincidence. Jub X 7 — 9, which tells how God 
commanded the angels to imprison nine tenths of the evil spirits 
in "the place of condemnation", and left one tenth free under 



1 See above VI i. Cf. Griinbaum, "Beitrage," ZDMG XXXI 225. 

2 Dr. James printed the Citharistmis with three other Pseudo-Philonic 
fragments in 75 II 3, Apocrypha Anecdota^ Cambridge, 1893, without being aware 
of their origin. Dr.L.Cohn called attention to the source in JQR X (1898) 277 — 332 
in an article entitled "An Apocryphal Work Ascribed to Philo of Alexandria." 
The text I have quoted Dr. James communicated in a letter of July 8, 1916, after 
making a further collation of MSS. James and Cohn agree as to the date. See 
below VIII J c) for the concluding sentence of the so-called song. 

3 From the "Apocalypse of Noah." One might think the Test depended 
particularly upon this work, were it not that the rest of the sections Charles 
ascribes to it {Enoch, pp. 24 f.) do not at all agree with the Test, e, g. as to 
sorcery and witchcraft, I En VIII, IX. 



Jewish elements. 6l 

command of Mastema, explains the statement of Beelzebul in 
Test VI 3 that his second in command rules his race in Tar- 
tarus. Not only its demonology in general but certain parti- 
cular figures of our text are well known in Jewish mind. Tobit 
has made Asmodaeus at home in the Jewish folklore. The lilith 
also came to belong to Judaism as it did to other nations. 

Judaism, however, gave more attention to angels than to 
demons. While here the Test differs in emphasis, the view point 
is the same. Among the Jews as in our text exorcism was one 
of the chief means of healing, so much so that in antiquity the 
Jew became almost as famous for magical arts as the Chaldean. 
"The Graeco-Roman world regarded the Jews as a race of ma- 
gicians" ^ Angel names, of which so many occur in the Pseud- 
epigrapha, were often used in incantations. The Jews were 
fully persuaded of the power of the "name" 2^ and they also 
thought of the angels as specially commissioned to protect the 
righteous from the machinations of demons. 

There are thus many similarities between the Test and 
Jewish folklore and superstition of the beginning of the Christian 
era. But that our document is dependent in a literary way 
upon the Apocrypha or Pseudepigrapha does not at all appear. 
I have discovered but two quotations from Jewish literature, one 
the passage touching the corner stone 3, the other the phrase 
x-i]v Tcov Owp d^Qovcov jtagsdQOv 6og)iav\ taken from the Wisdom 
of Solomon, and a possible allusion to the same book K In the 
passages describing Solomon's glory and the Temple, where one 
would expect quotation, there is only a free development of 
the biblical accounts ^ One might mention elements of Jewish 
thinking which are absent from the Test, such as the coming 
of the Messiah to destroy all the demons"^. We must, then, 

1 Ludwig Blau, ^E VIII 255 f., art. "Magic." He says, tdid. 255, "The 
frequency of allusions to it in the Bible indicates that the practice of magic 
was common throughout ancient Israel," Cf, his Altjud. Zauberwesen, one of 
the classics on the subject, also Bousset, ReL Jud. 391 and Schiirer GJVUl 408 f. 

2 Heitmiiller, Im Namen Jesu 176 — 80. 

3 C. XXIII 4; Ps CXVIII 22; Mt XXI 42 and parallels, I Pt II 6. 

4 C. Ill 5; Sap IX 4. 5 C. V 3; Sap VII i. 
6 C. XIX, XXI. 7 Cf. I En LXIX 27. 



62 Jewish elements. 

conclude that, while the writer of our document operated with 
much the same beliefs as the Apocryphal and Pseudepigraphic 
writers, he is not in a literary way dependent upon any Jewish 
literature. On the other hand so many traits connect him with 
the rabbinical writings that we must suppose him to live during 
or after the first century of the Christian era. 

c) Turning to the Talmud we find parallels to many of oui^ 
stories ^ The account of Benaiah's capture of Asmodaeus by 
the use of a magic ring and chain, a bundle of wool, and a 
skin of wine 2 reminds one of the slave's capture of Ornias 
(I lo — 14) and again of Ephippas (XXII 9—16), for the ring is 
used in both cases. It is pressed upon Ornias and seals Ephip4 
pas in his sack, while in the rabbinic legend Benaiah cries to 
Asmodaeus, "The name of the Lord is upon thee," Ephippas 
is caught in the sack instead of by drinking wine from it As- 
modaeus shows a knowledge of the future and laughs at men*s 
foolish plans, just as Ornias does 3. The idea that the demons 
know the future is found elsewhere in the Talmud. In Hagiga 
i6a the collocation of ideas is much the same as in the Test 
"The rabbans taught: The demons possess six characteristics, 
three like the ministering angels, and three like the sons of men. 
Three like the ministering angels: they have wings like the 
ministering angels and they fly from one end of the world to 
the other like the ministering angels and they know what is 
determined for the future (rTT^tib l^iW^ ird) like the ministering 
angels. They know! Do you come to that opinion? Rather 
they hear it from behind the curtain like the ministering an- 
gels. Three like the sons of men: they eat and drink like the 
sons of men, they propagate themselves like the sons of men, 
and they die like the sons of men"*. The Abotk of R. Nathan 

1 Ginzberg, Legends IV 165 — 9. ^ 

2 Gittin 68a; Ginzberg, loc, cit,\ JE XI 4435. 

J} C. XX 6—18; cf. a story of the angel of death related by Brecher, 
Transcendentale, Magie und magische Heilarten im Talmud j Wien 1850, p. 58 f., 
from Suca 53 a. 

4 Goldschmidt III 2 839, Streane, 92; cf. Test XX 16 for ' 'hearing behind 
the curtain.'' 



Jewish elements. 53 

adds: "Many say; They change their appearance according to 
every form as they wish, and they see and are not seen*'i. 
This passage is instructive in that it describes the demonology 
of fhe Test and reduces it to a system which apparently our 
writer was not able to construct. 

d) While, however, there are many resemblances between 
Jewish angelology, demonology, magic, and mythology and the 

Test^ it must not forthwith be taken as proved that it is a Jewish 
work. It certainly was not a product of rabbinic Judaism such 
as is seen in the Babylonian Talmud, and later Jewish specu- 
lation. Samael appears only in MS D, the angel of death, Malak 
Iia-Moweth, of the Zohar and Qelippoth not at all 2. Asmodaeus 
is an entirely different character, his plac e being taken by 
Ornias and the New Testament BeelzebuP. 

The mists of Jewish tradition come to surround Solomon 
with a halo which only begins to appear in the Test^, Among 
the many later traits not found in our document, one which 
might easily have been used is the statement in Targum Sheni 
Esther that "Solomon ruled over the wild beasts, over the birds 
of heaven, and over the creeping beasts of the earth, as well 
as over the devils, the spirits of the night; and he understood 
the language of all these according as it is written, 'and he 
talked with the trees,'" instead of 'of the trees,' I Kg IV 33 ^ 
One of the most decisive illustrations of the difference 
between the Test and later Judaism is the account of the fall 
of Solomon. The subject was one which the Jewish theologians 
in the early Christian centuries discussed with some heat*^. The 

Test in its attitude stands midway between the Tannaim and 
the Amoraim, in that, while Solomon falls, it is under the 
pressure of a passion which seems not to be regarded as ille- 

1 A. Wiinsch, "Die Zahlenspruche in Talmud u. Midrasch", ZDMG LXVI 
4i6f.; Aboth di R. Nathan 37 3. 2 Cf. Meyer, Qabbalah 43of., 4:^2—7. 

3 See Griinbaum's characterization of the Talmudic Asmodaeus in ZDMG 
XXXI 216, following Git 68a, b, and Fes iioa. 

4 Cf. Eisenmenger, Entd, Jud. 1 441 ; Faerber, K, Sal.; Salzberger, Salomo- 
^age\ JE Xl438fr., 448. 

5 Salzberger, op, cit. 93 f, from f. 440, ed. David p. 8. 

6 Faerber, K, Sal. 4 — 19, Salzberger, Salomosage I2f. 



64 Jewish elements. ^ 

gitimate, and his worship of idols was not conscious and] 
brazen, but consisted merely in crushing certain locusts before 1 
idols, for he "did not consider the blood of the locusts" i.j 
This charitable estimate quite befits a writer who wished his 
work accepted as a valuable medical treatise from Solomon's | 
own hand. That in the Test Asmodaeus has nothing to do 
with the king's fall at once differentiates the work from the 
Talmud and proves that it had no close connection with those! 
popular cycles of Solomonic myth from which the rabbis pro-j 
bably drew their stories. Moreover, in the Test there is, on the] 
one band, no hint that the king lost his throne along with his; 
power over the demons,- and, on the other, no restoration of his 
power, while the ring, which is the chief means by which hej 
gains his power over the demons, is not indispensible, as it is 
in the Talmudic legends-. The connection of a Shunamite girl^ 
with Solomon's fall is unique. It must have been suggested byj 
the name in Cant VI 12; VII i, and it would seem to hint at an 
interpretation of Canticles otherwise unknown to me^, and entirely 



1 C. XXVI 5. The Test takes the attitude of the Half-Tannaites; Faerber, 
op, cit, 8f. 

2 See Gittin 68 a, b. Salzberger, op, cii. 115 is hardly justified in making j 
the Test present a later development of the ring legend than the Talmud, if that 
is what he means. Josephus {Ant VIII 2 5) presupposes a ring of Solomon. 
The often published passage from the great Paris magical papyrus (Suppl. 
grec. 574) is no doubt borrowed from Jewish, not Christian magicians. Dieterich 
believes the section cannot be earlier than the time of Eupolemus, and probably 
comes from the Essenes {Abraxas I42ff., Leid, pap, 78off.). In any case this 
papyrus, written in the III or IV cent. A. D., but embodying much older 
material, stands beside Josephus as a witness to the prominence of Solomon and 
his ring in magic during the earliest centuries of the Christian era. No satis- 
factory explanation of the clause bQxltfa as xaxa TTjq a^^aytdoQ ijg eO-ero 
2oXo/i(ov inl x^iv yXwaaccv tov ^IsQ^fxlov xal iXdXTjoev (ri. 3039 f.) has been 
advanced. Professor Deissman {Licht 187, n. 15, LAE 257, n. 10) thinks it 
may aUude to some legend connected with LXX Jer I 6 — 10. Is it. not more 
likely that the name Jeremiah is a mistake for some demon or dragon name that 
has been misread? In one of the phylacteria of the Bologna MS which con- 
tains the Test is the line l6ov S. vidg Aa^ld d^axovzoq yXoioaav sxo>v ^aCi- 
XsQ)q iy>ce(pa)uv (cf. supra II, p. 24, n. 2). One can go no farther than to suggest 
the possibility of a connection. I can discover no Essenic material in the Test, 
unless indefinite prescriptions of "cleanness" can be supposed to be such (VI 10, 
XIII 2). 3 See my article in yt. Palest, Or, Soc, I 116— 121. 



Jewish relationships. 65 

contradictory to that which became customary in Jewish and 
Christian circles. 

A comparison of the Test^ then, with Jewish thought in the 
same field confirms the statement which Dr. Kohler makes, that 
our document is pre-Talmudic 1. It is, moreover, closer to the 
Palestinian than to the Babylonian Talmud 2. If Loewe is right 
in his contention that it was Galilean, not Judean, rabbis who 
believed in demonology and magic 3, we have just the line of 
tradition we should expect in a Christian work, which would be 
connected with Palestine rather than Babylon, and with Galilee 
rather than Judea. 

e) One offshoot of Jewish magic remains to be considered. 
Perhaps the most interesting and valuable of recent publications 
in this field is Montgomery's Aramaic Incantatioji Texts from 
Nippur, inscriptions from a series of magic bowls in rabbinic 
Aramaic, Syriac, and Mandaic, intended to protect the houses 
and families of the clients, and dating from the sixth century 
A. D. Some are distinctly heathen, all are decidedly eclectic, 
mingling Babylonian, Jewish, and Hellenistic elements, but the 
majority show Jewish influence and were prepared for Jews. 
' Strangely enough, in view of the place of origin, Persian demo- 
nology has left no trace, but "Egypto-Hellenistic magic is one 
of the prime sources of our texts''^. How is the Test related 
to this remarkable series of incantations? 

In many respects the similarity is great. We find the same 
kind of angel names ending in -el^, the same trust in their 
efficacy®, and the same conception of demons as the causes of 
ills and diseases of all sorts. The sealing of demons is mentioned 
in most of the texts', and Solomon's seal is referred to in some^. 
In a related text Grunbaum found the phrase "jinn of Solomon"^. 



1 Cf. supra I 4. 

2 Grunbaum {ZDMG XXXI 215) and Perles {Bousset's ReL d. Jttd. 35 f.) 
call attention to the difference. The Test comes nearer to the soberer views of 
the former, as is natural in a Christian work, which would not show direct 
Babylonian influence. 3 ERE IV 612 f. 4 Op. cit. 115, cf. 116. 

5 Ibid. 96 ff,; see review by the writer, AJT XIX (191 5) 292 ff. 

6 Ibid. 56ff., III. 7 Cf. ibid. 127, 133, 165, 191, 231 f. 
8 Ibid. 170, 173, 232, 248. 9 Ibid. 80, r\vi-ym «5*^a. 

UNT. 9: McCown. 5 



66 Hellenistic elements. 

On the other hand there are decided differences. The ma- 
gician is not concerned with individual demons or angels. Per- 
sonal names of demons are few; rather they are addressed as 
classes, "Demons and Devils and Satans and Liliths"^, while the 
angels, even more than in the Test, come ,to be mere charms, 
not pei'sonalities. The black art is personified, and ''the Curse' 
and the Vow, and Arts and Practices" are adjured 2. Certain; 
familiar names appear which the Test lacks; for example, Me- 
tatron^, Abraxas^, and Hermes ^ Rather more of plainly Helle- 
nistic magic enters into the Aramaic texts; for example, Zeus 
and Okeanos*^. Heathen deities appear more distinctly: Sames, 
Sin, Bel, and Nirig"^. The charms are much more elaborate 
than any in the Test. 

From this hasty comparison it is evident that Montgomery's 
texts and ours belong to the same world, that of syncretistic 
Hellenism, but not to the same part of that world, nor to the 
same era. The Test comes from an earlier, or at least a less 
highly developed stage in the history of magic, and, strange 
as it may appear, shows- really less of Hellenistic influence 
on its magic, if not on its demonology, than do the Semitic 
texts. 

7. Hellenistic elements and relationships. — No one familiar 
with the magic papyri can fail to identify the Test as a Helle- 
nistic work. Upon the basis of primitive Greek and Roman 
animism the popular mind had constructed by the time of the 
early Empire a magic that borrowed from all the races, Baby- 
lonian, Persian, Indian, Jewish, and Egyptian, that had contri- 
buted to' its civilization, and yet was thoroughly naturalized 8. 
It is in this world that the Test belongs. 



1 /did. 225; cf. 68. Such summaries are frequent and long, cf. pp. 188 f., 
218. The magician wishes to include all possible evil spirits. 

2 Idid. 237, et passim. S Ibid. 207, cf. 98, 113. 

4 Ibid. 148, 196, 232, cf. 57. 5 Ibid. 147, 196, 207, cf. 123, 113. 

6 Ibid. 197, cf. 113. 7 Ibid. 238, In a heathen charm, cf. 7of. 

8 Cf. art. "Demons and Evil Spirits (Greek)" in ERE TV 590—4 by A. C. 
Pearson and art. "Damonen u. Damonische" in Realenc. IV 408 — 19 by J. Weiss, 
with bibliographies. 



Hellenistic elements. 6/ 

Onoskelis is no doubt, the well known Greek female demon, 
although the manner of her birth can be paralleled from both 
Greek and Jewish sources ^ Enepsigos is probably Hekate^. 
One demon I have identified with Lix T^trax, two of the ori- 
ginal Ephesia grammata^ in part because, while the nanie is 
corrupted, it is in the Test connected with a wind as it is in a 
Cretan tablet of the fourth century B. C.^. In any case the 
section is Hellenistic, as the charm ^ovXtala' d^aXaX' fiskxdX* 
shows; the demon also cures fever, a heathen, not a Jewish or 
Christian idea. Kynopegos may be identified with Poseidon*. 
Akephalos Daemon appears in the magic papyri s. The idea of 
demons as the cause of disease was familiar to the Greek mind, 
for the" K^Qsg were the ancient Greek form of microbe ®. The 
similarity of views on this subject among men widely separated 
in time and place is illustrated by the fact that Plato, Apuleius, 
and the Talmud all agree in regarding demons as partly human, 
partly supernatural in their nature'. 

The magic of the Test is not outwardly so different from 
that of the magic papyri, and the writer was familiar with the 
praxis of the latter, as VI lO and XVIII show. But ovofiaxa 
ciarjfia rarely appear, and when they do they are an evidence 
that the section in which they occur has come from Hellenism; 
nor do the incantations and amulets have the elaborateness that 
characterizes them in the papyri. The angel, a messenger of 
God, is the agent of healing and protection. No black magic, 
nor defixiones appear. The Test, then, differs from the magic 
papyri chiefly in that it is the work of a Christian using heathen 



1 C. IV. Cf. Roscher, Lexicon^ s. v. ^Ovoasieliq'f J. HaiTison, Proleg, 202 f.; 
Gruppe, Gr. Myth. 1306 and n. 17, 769; Lucian -ver, hist. H46;, supra VI i, 
^^I 6 b. 2 She is a moon goddess, called yLVQimvvpiOQ,-, and lias three forms. 

3 Ziebarth in NGG 1899, 131, Wiinsch, Rh, Mus. LV (1900) 73fF. The 
writer is preparing an article in defense of this identification. 4 C. XVI. 

5 Lond. P 46 145 ff., Gr. Pap. Br. Mus. I 695.; Deissmann^ Licht 194, 
LAE 139, Of course the headless ghost is an international figure (cf. Washington 
living's Legend of Sleepy Hollow)^ but allusions to fire and lightning in both 
accounts make the identification certain. 

6 Hamson, Froleg. i63flF., Bouche-Leclerq, Asirol, Gr, 24 n. i. 

7 Sympos, 202 e; Apuleius de Soer. XIII. Cf. supra VII 6. 

5" 



68 Christian elements and relationships. 

materials rather than that of a"" heathen working on Jewish or 
Christian matter. 

The passages in the papyri which mention Solomon merely 
show that his fame as a magician was spreading beyond the 
limits of Judaism and Christianity K One is inclined to think 
that some legend of Solomon's dealing with demons is back of 
the line that speaks of Solomon's laying his seal on the tongue 
of Jeremiah-. 

8. Christian elements and relationships, 

a) Relation to the New Testament. — The thought of our 
text regarding Christ has already been sufficiently discussed 3. 
As to demonology the New Testament is not sufficiently de- 
tailed to permit a comparison of individual figures except in the 
case of Beelzebul, who is a purely New Testament character, 
so far as our knowledge goes, and who has been fully adopted 
into our text*. In general it is quite evident that Paul and the 
writers of the Synoptic Gospels believed in demonic activities! 
such as are described in the Test^. They differ in the essentia? 
point that Christ's is the only name to use in exorcism, and, 
according to Luke, it could safely be invoked only by real 
Christians^; all magic books were to be burned'. 

New Testament language has been adopted by our writer 
in the phrases orotxsTa xoOfioxQaroQsg tov oxotovc, applied to 
the seven spirits of evil 8, or aroiXEia ol xoOfioxgaroQeg tov 
Oxorovg {tov alcovog) tovtov applied to the thirty-six decani^, 
and dgxccl xal s§ov6lcu xal dvvafiBtq as designations of angelic 
beings i**. Dr. Conybeare has collected and discussed a consi- 
derable number of words and phrases common to our text and 



1 Par MP 850, 853, 3040, 

2 Cf. Deissmann, opp. citt. 184, 252, Dieterich, Abraxas 139; cf. supra 
p. 64, n. 2. 3 Cf. supra V 7, 4 Cf. supra VI i and p. 44, 'n. 7. 

5 Dibelius, Geisterwelty 37 — 114. 

6 Mk IX 38fF.; Lk IX ^^U Ac XIX 13—17. 

7 Ac \IX 19. 8 C. VIII 2. 

9 C. XVIII 2, combining Gal IV 3, 9; Col II 8, 20 with Eph VI 12. MS P 
omits xov alwvog as do the best witnesses in Eph VI 12. 

10 C. XX 15, Eph. I 21; Col I 16; II 15 and I Pt III 22 are combined; but 
MS P, putting xoa^oscQdroQsq for dwdf/.ecg has the order of Eph VI 12. 



Christian relationships. 69 

the New Testament 1. He comes to the conclusion, with which 
we must on the whole agree, that the similarity of phrase is 
due to common environment. "Paul merely glances at a system 
of belief which the Testament sets before us in lengthy detail" ^i 
But the environment of our writer includes the New Testament. 
Not as if he had first hand acquaintance with it. That is ex- 
cluded by those passages which deal with its incidents or ideas. 
When he describes the "Gadarene" demon, Leontophoron, he 
refers only to the outstanding features of the story which any 
one would remember who had heard it read or told ^. Likewise 
in mentioning Jesus he alludes only to characteristic features of 
Christian doctrine which would impress themselves on a hearer 
who was dsiaidatfiovsarsQog. The story of the rejected corner- 
stone, combining as it does Ps CXVIII 22 and Is XXVIII 16 
after the manner of I Pt II 6fJ, but referring them to an actual 
stone, reads like anti- Christian polemic from the Jewish side. 
I Certainly our writer was not familiar with the Christian appli- 
cation of these verses, if he was a Christian. 

After weighing the evidence one is driven to the conclusion 
that the author of the Test had the same relation to the New 
Testament that we have found him sustaining to the Old Testa- 
ment and the apocryphal literature. All this constitutes part of 
the background of his thinking, and he had a superficial know- 
ledge of it derived from hearing it read in the Sabbath worship, 
or mentioned in sermons and discussions; an occasional phrase 
or quotation sticks in his mind, or he may borrow from other 
better instructed magicians; but he is not working with copies 
of any of this literature before him.. He composes freely without 
literary trammels. It is auricular knowledge with an absence 
of literary dependence rather than a very early date which 
makes the Test at once like and unlike the New Testament^. 



1 ygj? XI 5 f. 2 Idid. 6, 3 t. IX; cf. supra VI 7, p. 50. 

4 C. XXII 7f., XXIII 2—4. Cf. Mt XXI 42 and parallels; see above VII 6, 
p. 6if., also IX 2 and n. 16, p. 102. 

5 Cf. Conybeare, yQIi XI 10; "The allusion [to the miracle of Gadara] is 
not of such a kind as to involve our Gospel text in its present form, but rather 
reflects the oral tradition which went before it." 



yO Gnosticism. 

b) Relation to the early Church. — To what class of Chris^- 
tians would such a work as the Test appeal? One would ex- 
pect to find much Gnostic material in such a work, especially, 
in view of the fact that so many so-called "Gnostic amulets" 
have been preserved, many of them coupling the name of Solo- 
mon with Abraxas and similar words of powers In fact, Dr.: 
Conybeare concludes, "It is probable .... that the Testament 
was the favourite book of the Ophiani, or of some analogous 
sect which combined a belief in Emmanuel with a mass ofpre- 
existent Jewish superstitions" 2. With this we cannot agree. 

The passage on which Dr. Conybeare seems to base this 
judgment appears to me directly to contradict it. The seven 
ruling demons, faith in whom Origen ascribed to the Ophiani 3, 
are, to be sure, just the sort of beings in which the author of 
the Test believes. But these seven, which with the "mother" 
play so important a part in Gnosticism 4, are certainly the seven 
planets. In the Test the only group of seven which appears is 
to be identified with the Pleiades 5; they have none of the cha- 
racteristics of the Gnostic seven *^, nor is there any "mother" 
mentioned with them. Sophia is personified in Proverbs 
and Wisdom as in the Test long before her appropriation by 
Gnosticism. 

The prohibition of the invocation of angels' names "um irgend 
eine Sache" in the Second Book of Jen ' is a direct attack upon 
such practices as the Test sought to further. A similar condem- 
nation of heathen magic and astrology appears in Pistis Sophia^, 



1 In the British Museum is a bronze nail with the inscription, ABARAXAS. 
ASTRAEL lAO SABAO (drawing of a serpent) SOLOMONO; cf. H. B. Wallers, 
Cat, of the Bronzes in the Br, Mtis., Gi'eek^ Roman, and Etruscan^ p. 370, No. 3194. 
Henzen, Bull, d, Inst, di Corr. Arch. 1S49 ?• n cites from a magic nail the 
inscription, AO SABAO SOLOMONO. Wessely, Eph. Gram. 22, 202, cites im 
aoXo^(i>v oapao from Montfaucon Tad. 164. 2 Op. dt. 14. 

3 Contra Cels. VI 30, Conybeare, JQR XI 13. 

4 Cf. Bousset, Hauptprobl. c. I, pp. 9-58. 

5 So Bousset, op, clt, 21 n. 2, decides; as does also Conybeare himself, 
op. cit. 24 n. 2, though suggesting the planets as an alternative. 

6 Cf. Bousset, op. cit. 27. 7 Schmidt, K~Gn. Schriften, 305, 30 f. 
8 Ibid. pp. 15 — 18, 167. 



Ethiopian connections. 7 1 

but, as Dieterich pointed out, the Gnostic insisted he had the 
key to the true science 1, and it was this that gave Gnostic 
amulets such tremendous vogue. Now one of the striking facts 
about the original Test is that, outside the chapter on the 

: thirty-six decani (XVIII), which, as we have seen, is of Egyptian 
origin 2, it contains practically none of the names which are 
commonly found on Gnostic amulets, or are regarded as cha- 

v; racteristic of Gnosticism; such names as Abraxas and laldaboth. 
The distinctly Gnostic elements belong to sections which have 
been assigned on other grounds to the later recensions 3. 

The one piece of cosmic mysticism occurring in the Test, 
the directions for seeing "the heavenly dragons dragging 
the chariot of the sun"^, presents a conti'ast to Pistis Sophia 
c. 136, which describes the sun as a gi'eat dragon with his 
tail in his mouth ^. The words and phrases in the list of the 

%deccmi^ which have a Gnostic sound may be in part really of 
Gnostic origin; for example, lai' leco* viol JJa^acod-'^, xalXtov 
ken Soloiimv Evdexa jtaraQcov^^ lov6a ^iC^a^ov^. Some, perhaps 
all, are borrowed by Gnosticism and the Test from the same 

'•sources, Judaism, heathenism, and Christianity 1^. None of the 
characteristic features of the Gnostic systems, such as dualism, 
emanations, syzygies, and mystic names being found in the 
Test, and there being so few allusions of any kind to Gnostic 
language, the conclusion must be that our text has not come 
under Gnostic influence. 

One story in the Test brings it into touch with Ethiopia. 
From Ethiopia comes a story of Solomon's fall M'hich closely 
parallels that in the Test. In the Talmud it is Asmodaeus who 
temporarily deposes the King by seizing his ring. In this Ethio- 
pian legend Pharaoh's daughter seduces him. She urges him 
to worship her idols; he refuses. She entices him until finally 
he promises on oath that he will do whatever she wishes. Then 



1 Abraxas, 151 f. and n. 2. 2 Cf. supra VII 5. 
3 Cf. infra VII 11 and 12. 4 C. VI 19. 
5 Schmidt, K-Gn. Schriften 233 i8f. G C. XVIII. 

1 Ibid. § 16. 8 Ibid, § 18, P only. 9 Ibid. § 21. 
10 E. g., Sa^(x(bS; 'A6o)vat; cf. § 17. 



72 Ethiopian connections. 

she ties a thread across the middle of the door of the temple 
of her gods (that is, across the door half way up), brings three 
locusts, sets them in the temple of her gods, and says to him, 
"Come to me stooping so as not to break the woolen thread, 
kill these locusts before me, and twist their necks." When he 
complies, she says to him, "From now on I will do thy will,'^ 
since thou hast made offering to my gods and hast prayed to 
them." The writer, moved by the same apologetic tendency as - 
in the Test, explains that he acted thus on account of his oath 
in order that he might not perjure himself, although he knew 
that it was a sin to enter the idol temple ^ 

The parallels between this legend and that in the Test are 
too striking to be overlooked. Furthermore, Ethiopic magic and 
demonology as a whole are much like those of the Test. "\''ery 
great importance is attached in (Ethiopic) magic spells to the 
knowledge of names and the power resident in them; and in 
this potent element of the magician's art Jewish, Christian, and 
pagan ideas curiously meet .... In Abyssinia, Biblical sacred 
names, together with a large number of fanciful appellations 
much resembling those in the Jewish Kabbala, were magically* 
pronounced for the purpose of warding off the power of demons 
and all kinds of diseases" 2. The use of slips of paper as amu- 
lets to be tied to the person or walP^ the prominence of Mi- 
chael, the use of angelic names against demons and diseases*, 
the lilith-like Werzelya ^ and the power of Solomon over demons 
almost make the impression that it is the Test which Margoliouth 
is describing 6. Remembering also the similarity of the 7>^/ and 
Ethiopic Enoch one might be led to the conclusion that the 



1 Prof. Dr. Carl BezoJd, Kebra Nagast, Die Herrllchkelt der Xonige, nach 
den HSS. in Berlin, London^ Oxford, and J^aris^ c. 64, in Abh. der philos-pliiloU 
Klasse der k'dnigl. bayer. Ak. d. JViss. 23. Bd., i Abt., Miinchen 1905, 6of. 
Salzberger, Salomosa^e 96, says the same story is found in Kisa^i; cf. infra 
§ 9, p. 80. 

2 G. Margoliouth, "The Use of Charms and Amulets in Ethiopia," ExT 
XXI 9 (June 1910) 403. 3 Ibid. 404. Cf. Test XVIII 22—42. 4 Loc. ciL 

5 Montgomery [AITN i^ii^ gives several parallels to the story of Christ's 
meeting with it lilith. In Canaan Aberglaube 27 f. the story in told of Solomon. 
♦> Op. cit. 405. 



Christian relationships. 73 

Test must have come from the land fi'om which the Ethiopic 
church received its legends, that is, from Egypt. 

Lest one should infer too much, it is to be noted that 
legends similar to those in our text ate to be found in other 
parts of the Christian world. Dr. Conybeare has discovered a 
parallel to the story of the corner stone which human agency 
could not lift ^ in life of St. Nino, the mother of the Georgian 
church 2. In the Georgian life of the saint and the Armenian 
history of the Georgians is a story of a cedar column, the seventh 
and last necessary to the erection of the first church in the 
newly converted kingdom, which the king and all his people 
were unable to move, but which, in the early morning, after the 
defeat of the hosts of evil by St. Nino's prayers, is moved by 
invisible hands to the base prepared for it^. In Rufinus' Eccle- 
siastical History the same story is told of the "Iberians" and 
their king, but the miracle is heightened by leaving the pillar 
suspended above its base^. One might think of a combination 
of the stories of the corner stone and the aerial column in this 
last legend, but the connection is very tenuous. 

Dr. James writes to me: "I would add two more references 
to your bit of testimonia. In the Syriac Obsequies of the Virgin, 
Wright, Contributions to the Apocryphal Literature of the NT, 
1865, p. 42, is the story of the old man and his son [Test XX] 
— the end of it only, and in different guise, but unmistakably 
the same tale. It is from a fifth century MS (see p. 12). Also 
in a tract called Inventiones Nominum which I printed in Journal 

of Theological Studies^ 1903, p. 224, § 27, is, 'Tres sunt Orniae 

Tercius est Omias princeps demoniorum.' In one MS this is 
emended to 'Ornias princeps Lacedaemoniorum' in allusion to 
I Mace. XII 7;. but I feel sure it is an emendation. It is inter- 
esting to find an allusion in Latin." 

Returning from these excursions to outlying fields of 
Christian thought and life we find every reason for believing 

1 Test XXII 7, XXIII. 2 Guardian, Mar. 29, 1899, 442. 

3 Stud. Bibl, V (1908) 38—41, and 83 f., edited by Miss Wai-drop and Dr. 
Conybeare. The accounts are full of wild stories of demons and exorcisms. 

4 Ibid, 60, Eccl. hist. I x ; Migne, PL XXI 482. 



J A Christian relationships. 

that the Test belongs in the ordinary current of Christian faith 
and practice. From Paul on down the church fathers believed 
in the real existence and the dangerous powers of demons i. 
"Aus dem tiefsten Gefiihl heraus, von der Hilflosigkeit und 
niedergedriickten Stimmung, wie dieser Glaube sie erzeugt hatte, 
eine Rettung gefunden zu haben, schreibt ein Christ des II. Jahrh. 
(Clemens Alex., Theodoti Exc. 71, 72) die Worte: 'Verschieden^ 
artig sind die Gestirne und ihre Krafte, heilsame, schadliche, 
rechte, linke .... Von diesem Widerstreit und Kampf der Krafte 
rettet uns der Herr und gibt uns Frieden vor dem Kampfe der 
Krafte und der Engel, den die einen fur, die anderen wider uns 
fuhren'"2. Origen also seems to believe fully in the "powerful 
names" known by "the Egyptians, or by the Magi among the 
Persians, or by the Indian philosophers called Brahmans," as 
he does in the power of the name of God and of Jesus and of 
angel names ^. That Christians practise sorcery or exorcism 
by demonic names he indignantly denies; it is the name of 
Jesus which drives out demons. Jesus has freed the Christian 
from all superstitious fears 4. 

If such was the case with the leaders in the Christian 
church, how can we expect that the rank and file of their fol- 
lowers should fully grasp and consistently apply the one great 
idea in which Christian magic differed from heathen, that 
Christ's was the sole name of power to use for all purposes of 
healing and protection? The newly converted idolater cannot 
at once rise to the full heights of Christian spirituality^- The 
ancient church replaced the heathen deities with the crucifix 



1 Cf. von Dobschiitz, ERE III 413—30, art. "Charms and Amulets 
(Christian)," very strangely H. L. Pass, ibid^ IV 578 — 83, art. "Demons and Evil 
Spirits (Christian)" treats only of angels, but see now VIII 277 f., art. "Magic." 
See also Heitmiiller, Im Namen Jesu^ 291 — 5. 2 Wendland, Kultur 81. 

3 Contra Cels. 1 24f. cf. V 45. ovrwq oh xa oi]fiaiv6fieva xata twv 
n^ayfidziov akX\ai xcbv (pcovwv TtoiozrjTeg xal c6i6ti]Z£q sxovoi xi Svvatdv iv 
avTaig n^bq t&Se xivk rj x&Sa. I 25 20, KV Com. II 76. 4 Ibid. VIII 57 f. 

5 Experience as a missionary in India has vividly impressed upon the 
writer's mind the difficulties which converts to Christianity have in acquiring 
its point of view. But modern western Christianity is not without illustrations 
of the same problem. 



Relation to patristic thought. 75 

and the images of the saints and madonna, and the old abra- 
dacadabra with angel names K At a very early time on Chris- 
tian amulets the Lord's Prayer, verses from the Psalms, and 
other familiar passages replaced the heathen myths and incan- 
tations 2. Similarly the writer of the Test is making a brave, 
though but partially successful, attempt to put Christian (i. e,, 
Jewish and Christian) ideas in the place of heathen. This whole 
movement is most illuminatingly set forth in an excerpt quoted 
by F. C. Burkitt from the Syriac homily De magis, incantoribus, 
et divinis, in which "the writer complains that his fellow-Chris- 
tians, even the clergy, resorted to Magicians and Jews. He 
says (col. 395): 'Instead of the blessings of the Saints, lo, they 
carry about the incantations of the magicians, and instead of 
the holy cross, lo, they carry the books of devils .... One 
carries it on his head, and another round his neck, and a child, 
who knows nothing at all, carries about devils' names and comes 

(to church) Polluted and abominable priests take refuge 

in the names of demons... "^ Magic grew in power in the 
church, especially from the fourth century on, and was officially 
recognized in the sixth and seventh"*. Our text is a document of 
this progressive paganizing of official Christianity rather than 
the product of some obscure heretical sect. 

c) Relation to mediaeval Christianity. •— That the 2'^est 
belongs to orthodox Christianity is further demonstrated when 
one turns to study the preservation of the ideas for which it 
stands in the European world. Illustrations are too numerous 
to present in detail. The Queen of Sheba will serve as one. 
Kraus has collected many references of Byzantine writers to the 
fabled queen, which show that in using her the lest was follow- 
ing, or inaugurating, Christian tradition «. 

1 Cf. Heitmiiller, Im Namen Jesu^ 252 f. 

2 Cf. Deissmann, Licht^ 24, 167, 297, LAE 39, 232, 415!?. 

3 In PSBA XXIII (1901) 77 f. The homily is "ascribed in MSS to S. 
Ephraim and edited as his by Lamy (vol. II, col. 393 — 426), but ... in my 
opinion is more likely to be the work of Isaac of Antioch {circ, 450 A. D.)" 

4 Cf. von Dobschutz, ERE III 414. 

5 "Die Konigin von Saba in den byz. Chroniken," BZ XI (1902) l2off.; 
cf. Nestle, BZ XIII (1904) 492 f. 



76 Relation to mediaeval thought. 

As to Solomon there was in the beginning some difference 
of opinion among Christian writers. Early anti-Jewish polemics, 
like the Dialogue of Tijnotky and Aquila, for example *, find 
Solomon used to offset the claims of Jesus. Not only did their 
Jewish opponents apply many a Messianic passage to the wise 
son of David, but they made the claim that he had anticipated 
and excelled Jesus in his power over demons, thus undermining 
the Christian argument that Jesus was the Messiah because he 
had broken the power of Satan, and weakening the Christian 
appeal to a world that was languishing under the oppressive 
fear of demonic activities. To offset this Jewish claim these 
Christian writers bitterly attacked the memory of the wise king, 
maintaining that his was only a temporary victory over the 
demons, who overcame him at the end of his life. Leontius of 
Constantinople argues at some length that Christ's greatness is 
manifest in Ms power over demons while iie was here on earth. 
In the midst of his description of the cure of the Gadarene de- ; 
moniac he abruptly turns the request of the "Legion" to enter 
the swine to account in this fashion: Hivi sIjcsv Xsyacop rmv 
6atfj,6v(X)v' El ex/9G2^e ^/M«ej ejclOTQEXpov ri^lv slg xriv aysZrjv 
xa>v %oIq€ov siOsXd-slv; SoXofiSprc, rw ra IsQoOoXvfia xxioavrt^ 
rj T^ AsCjtox'^ XqlOxw, xw xa OvfiJtavxa sp ty X^^Q^ ^aCxaC^ovxt] 
'AX?! BQovOtv svMcog ot g)t2.o6alfiovsg 'lovdaZor Tl ovv; 6 Uolo- 
(imv ovx edsOJioxevOs xSv dccifiovcov; ov)(l Jtavxaq v<p sv (bq %va 
CvvsxXstOEv; ov](l /iSXQt x^g a^fisgov xovxov dsdoiTcaOcv; 'AD^ m 
%v6aZoL fiayyavodaifioveg, fzaxrjv ravxa jcgo^alXeod-B' fiovog yccQ 
AsCJioxriq XQtOTog xQaxaicog xov icxvQov sdrjOs, xal xa 
0XEV7] avxov dtriQjtaOE. ^oXoficov ydg, ov ^ovov ovx sdiajiocis 
xmv datiiovcov ^aoiXixcog, dX2.a xal vjt avxmv ideOJcoxEvd-r] JtQog 
xa xeXi] xaxag)d'aQslg. dyaJci^Oag yag xov x^g JtoXvyafilag BQcoxa, 
x^ xov dia^oXov iiaaxQOJtoxrjxt dsXeaa&slg, .... £QQv:n:a)as xov 

x^g d^Eoyvcodiag d-aXa^ov Umg ovv 6acfi6vcov 6£0jr6xtjg, 

xmv datiiovcov dovlog]"^ 



1 Cf. infra p. 1031'. 

2 From the homily In mediant Pentecostem^ Migne, PG 86, col. 19S0; Ac- 
cording to Loofs, Das Leben usw. des Leant, v. Byz.^ summarized by Krum- 
bacher, BLg p. S4f,, this Leontius was a Constantinopolitan presbyter who lived 



Relation to mediaeval thought. 77 

Similarly in the Disputatio of Pseud o-Gregentius, in reply 
to the claim of Herban the Jew that Solomon had ruled all the 
demons the archbishop replies: ^oXoyimv erajrslvmas daifiovag, 
ovx oldaq ri dcayoQsveig, JtQog xaiQOV ^ev rjOtpallGato rovrovg 
h TOtg dyyBiotg xal C^Qayl<jag xaxixmdBv- aXXa ys to rrjVt- 
xavrd fiot 'Oxojtst, ore vrjrcog xaTajcoZsfirjd-eig vjt avrwp rcov 
6aiiz6v(ov xal ■^rT9]d'slg Jtsgl CcoxriQiav avtov sxivdvvsvcsv, cog 
fj yQag)7j (laQxvQu^, 

The original Test shows no suspicion of a conflict of claims 
between Solomon and Christ, but in c. XV 10—12 Rec. B (MS P) 
attempts to combine the Jewish and Christian viewpoints. As 
to the glorious king's sad end, these early fathers think of him 
as falling a prey to the demons through the seduction of women, 
or vice versa. But the majority of Christian writers, like Jose- 
phus 2 ascribe his fall into idolatry to his love for women 
without the interposition of demonic agency 3. The Test in one 
place takes the former view^ but in the closing chapter appa- 
rently the latter. Here again our text shows its early date. 

The conception of Solomon as a great magician who was 
powerful over demons and disease is witnessed to by scores of 
amulets and incantations, and especially by such books as the 
Clavicula ^. Many of the demons of the Test lived on. Asmo- 



about 485^—542. Cf. Gelzer, Leant, v. Byz., etc., and Hist. Ztschr. LXI (1899) 
1—32, Fabricius, Bib. Grace, VIII sigff. 

1 Migne, FG 86, col. 644 A. Gregentius was bishop of the Homerite 
church in Taphar in southern Arabia in the early part of the sixth cent. The 
Disputatio is not authentic, but may contain historical materials. Cf. Smith and 
Wace, DCS, Krumbacher, BLg 59, Bardenhewer, Patrol. 477. The mention of 
ayyela makes connection between the Arabic type of tradition and the Test\ 
cf. XV 9, XVIII 43, XXV 7, -where the word is found only in MS P, and XVX 7, 
where Recs. A and B both should probably have it, though A reads wvXaz^iv. 

2 Ant Vm 7 s; cf. I Kg XI 43. 

3 Georgius Syncellus, P 181, V 145, B 341; Georgius Hamart, Chron. 
1143 (Migne PG no, 252—64); Glycas, Ann., Migne PG 158 353f.; Joseph. 
Hypomn, 74, (Migne PG 106 89 D). 4 C. VIII 8, 10. 

5 Solomonic amulets can be found in many museums as well as in a 
large number of mediaeval MSS. They occur in Syriac, Arabic, and Hebrew, 
and in Latin, Greek, and modem European languages; c. g., Sachau, Verz. Syr. 
HSS. Berlin I 367, No. ion, f. 54b: Sol. on horseback attacking Asmodaeus- 



78 Christian relations. 

daeus goes through many transformations ^ Obyzut appears in 
the Abyzu of Pradel's Griechische und suditalienische Gebete, 
while Ornias appears in the same documents 2. Gaulmin and 
Migne were right in bringing the Test and Psellus together. The 
great Byzantine's ^bqI evsQyelag dat^ovcov dtaXoyoq is but the 
effort of a master mind to systematizise the ideas which the 
Test merely registers. Withal, this whole complex of Byzantine 
demonoiogy and magic makes the impression of being a more 
highly developed form of the conceptions with which our text 
is operating. The roots of the tree run back to the Sumerians, 
the Babylonians, the Iranians, and the Pelasgians, the Test stands 
for the blossom, Psellus gives us the ripened fruit dissected and 
analyzed. 

9. Relation to Arabian folklore. — Arabic literature, since 
it is especially rich in demon lore and Solomonic myth, invites 
particular comparison with the Test In general Arabian beliefs 
and practices in the field of demonoiogy and magic are not 
essentially different from those of our text except in one feature 
which Islam inherited from heathenism, the idea of the Jinn, 



Schwab, Diet. 421, ^^^^P ATI'S &EOY; sur une hematite figurant un Salomon 
a cheval, per^ant de sa lance un ennemi terrasse, avec la legende 20A£iMSiNj 
au Cabinet des Medailles et Antiques de la Bibliotheque Nat. II 3039". The late 
Prof. Nestle wrote me of a Sol. on horseback as an amulet against malocc/iio, 
published by Bienkowski in Eranos Vindobonensis^ 1893, 288. Amulets in MSS 
are well illustrated by those in cod. Bonon. unin). 3632, cf. supra p. 24. Of. 
Heim "Incantamenta magica," in Jbb, fur class, Philol. Sup, XIX ( 1 893) pp.463 
— 576, Nos. 56 = 169, 61, 62, 236, 237, and Sorlin Dorigny, "Sal. als Reiter," 
in Rev. des Etudes Grecs IV (1891) 217 — 296. The pilgrim of Bordeaux in the 
IV cent, was shown the "crypta ubi S. daemones torquebat," Schiirer GJV 
III 418, from Tobler, PalaesL descript. (1869) 3, Pal. Pil. Text Soc, Bordeaux 
Filg. 20. Dr. Conybeare drew my attention to Gannurini's ed. of St. Silvia's 
Perigrinaiio (IV cent.), according to which the ring was kept in the Church of , 
St. James (p. 96 and 95 n. 2). The tradition was that Vespasian took it to 
Rome, whence Constantine returned it {ibid. 96 n. 3), cf. Petri diaconi liber de | 
locis Sanctis, ibid. 117; see Pal. Pil. Text Soc, The Pilgrimage of S. SiHia to 
the Holy Places, 64 and 125. 

1 As Markolf , Morolf , Kitovras, S aturn ; cf , Fr. Vogt, Die deutschen 
Dichtungen njon Sal. u. Markolf I; J. M. Kemble, The Anglo-Saxon Dialogue of 
Sol. and Saturn. 

2 Cf. Index i, s. v. ''Damonen," and Reitzenstein, Poivi. 297 ff. 



Relation to Arabian folklore. 79 

which are often kindly and beneficent creatures *. In our writer's 
mind there is properly no place for any good among demons, 
although he is once or twice betrayed by his pagan materials 
into referring to their healing powers'. The wild exuberance of 
Arab fancy as we see it in the Thousand and One Nights is 
another mark of differentiation. 

The Quran and even more the Arabian Nights have made 
all the world familiar with Solomon-'s authority over the Jinn 
and with the latter's terrible forms and powers. In the Quran 
are allusions to the fallen angels, Harut andMarut^; and to the 
devils who were subject to Solomon, some as builders, and 
others bound in fetters 3. In the Nights we find full accounts 
of how Solomon placed rebellious Jinn in bottles, or in cucur- 
bites of copper, poured lead over them, and sealed them with 
his ring^, with tales of their later escape from these prisons ^ 

According to the Quran the Jinn are not allowed to listen 
at the gates of heaven, but God has placed the stars there as 
weapons for the angels to throw at them if they mak-e the 
attempt. In the Nights the Jinniyah Maymunah "made for the 
firmament, thinking to listen by stealth to the converse of the 
angels," and when she ascended "skywards till she drew near 
the heaven of the world, the lowest of the heavens," she found 
an Ifrit there before her 6. In another story "Allah suffered his 
angelic host to shoot down the Ifrit with a shooting star I 



1 Cf. Wellhausen's account of primitive Arabic beliefs, Reste 148 — 67, and 
Canaan, Aberglaube 6—27, for modern demonology; also Encycl, of Islam^ I 1045 f., 
art. "Djinn," by D. B. Macdonald. 

2 Sura Il97£F., SBE VI (Quran I) 14; Sale ad loc. quotes the legend 
substantially as told in Midrash Valkut c. 44, see St. Clair-Tisdall and Muir, 
Sources of Islam^ 30f., and Weil, Bibl. Leg, 2o8ff. Zohra resembles Shunamite 
in her activities. 

3-Sura XXXVIII 35fF., SBE IX (II) 179, cf. Sale, ad loc.\ XXVII 7, SBE 
IX (II) loi. 4 Lane-Poole III iiof., Burton VI 84, Nights 566f. 

5 Burton VI 85. The most famous is that of the "Fisherman and the 
Jinn," Burton I 38; cf. MacDonald's transcription from Galland's MS in Or. 
Stud. Tk. Noldeke gewidmet, also separately published. 6 Burton III 223 f. 

7 Burton, I 224, Night 22; cf. Quran, Sura XXXVII 6—9, SBE IX (II) 
i68; III 31, ibid, VI (I) 50 and n. 2; LXVII 5, ibid, IX (II) 293; LXXII 8f., 
ibid. 305; Burton VI 100, Night 571, VIII 293, Night 870. 



8o Relation to Arabian folklore. 

The likeness and unlikeness of the conceptions in the Test are 
apparent. 

Salzberger s dissertation on the Salomosage^ although it does 
not reach the fall of the king, presents a rich collection of le- 
gends, particularly with regard to his relations to the demons. 
He gathers them under four rubrics, the punishment of the 
demons, their appearance before Solomon, the description of 
certain individuals, especially Sahr, and Solomon's ring^ Two 
descriptions of the appearance of the devils as they are mar- 
shalled before the king are given from three Berlin' MSS of 
Kisa'i. The portrayal of demonic forms as given "nach dem 
korrecteren und vollstandigeren Text der dritten Berliner Hand- 
schrift des Kisa'i" ^ would seem most strikingly like that in the 
Testy were it not that the other two MSS give in a longer and 
shorter form descriptions which are still more similar ^. Solomon 
inquires from the demons, just as in the Testy what their activi- 
ties are, and, having learned, chains them so they may injure 
mankind no more. The ring, as in the Test, is brought down from 
heaven, and by its aid Solomon becomes master of the demons. 

Yet, with all these close resemblances, there are also great 
differences between the Test and the Arabic legends. All the 
Jewish stories of Solomon's glory and wisdom, his wonderful ring, 
the building of the Temple by the aid of the demons, and his 
dealings with the queen of Sheba have grown marvellously under 
the fructifying fancy of the Arabs.' Beside the marvels of the 
Quran and its commentaries, and especially the Arabian Nights 
the Test is dull and tame^. Most of the features in which we 
found Jewish legend to have evolved beyond the Test are to be 
found in still more highly developed form among the Arabs; for 
example, Solomon's power oyer the animals is greatly extended*; 



1 (i) op. cit. 98f., irsff.; (2) 99—112; (3) 112-115;- (4) 115—29- 

2 Ibid. 99, Mg. 40, f. 72 b. 

3 Ibid. 105 ff.; Pm. 627, f. i6oaf. gives the longer form, which most 
resembles the Test; Spr. 86, f. 226 a fF. the shorter. 

4 Cf., for example, Lane-Poole, III 51 f., uof., 239, 317, 329, 454. 

5 In the Quran he knows the language of the birds; Sura XXVII 16, 
SBE IX (II) 100. 



Relation to Arabian folklore. 8 1 

Sahr is the Talmudic Asmodaeus, but worse; Iblis, the devil, 
whose refusal to worship Adam leads to his fall^ is not, like 
Beelzebul in the Test, subject to Solomon, but carries a step 
farther that independence and insolence which Asmodaeus shows 
in the Jewish legends; the king's fall has quite a different aspect 
in the Quran 2 

The ring also, as Salzberger shows, develops a new character 
in Arabic legend different from that which it has in the Test, 
evolving along the lines suggested by the Talmudic story of 
Asmodaeus' theft of it 3. Kisa'i is the first to describe it fully* 
It is so glorious that no one can look at it without repeating 
the Moslem creed, and has four considerable legends engraved 
upon it ^. It is either brought by Gabriel, or of itself comes 
from the throne of God and appears upon Solomon's hand. 

Solomon's fall according to Kisa'i was due to conscious or 
unconscious idolworship, which, if I understand Salzberger, was 
connected with the sacrifice of locusts ^ This tradition, then, 
connects the Test on the one hand with Ethiopia, and on the 
other with Arabia. Since Ethiopia was closely connected with 
Arabia in Christian history, we have probably to think of a 
Palestinian Jewish tradition which never found its way to Ba- 
bylon, nor, so far as I know, into official Palestinian Jewish 
literature, but passed by way of the Jewish colonies in southern 
Arabia into Ethiopian and Mohammedan legend, and directly 
from Palestinan Judaism into our Christian work, for we cannot 
suppose that the Test arose in Arabia. This being so, one of 
the links that would connect our text with Egypt is broken. 

These examples are sufficient to illustrate both the likeness 
and the unlikeness of the Test to Arabic literature. They show 
how Arabic legend, where it resembles ourworkj has developed its 



1 Sura II 33 f.; VII igff.; XV 3off.; XVII 63 f.; XVIII 47ff.; X^XVUt 
75fF., ibid, VI (I) 5, i38f., 246f., IX (II) 8, 20, 181. 

2 Sura XXXVIII 33 f., ibid, IX (II) 178 and n. 2. 

3 Salomosage 115— 9. 4 Ibid.^ from Mq. 40 f. 70b — 72b, 

6 In the Nights an oath by the names on Solomon's ring is peculiarly- 
powerful, Burton III 224f., Night 177; cf. VII 317 n. 
6 O.p. cit, 96; refers to Pm. 627, f. 151b — 155a. 
UNT. 9: M-cCown. 6 



82 Unique matter in Recensions A and B. 

ideas farther and in a different manner, and how in many par- 
ticulars it rests upon the sort of Jewish tradition seen in the 
Talmud. 

10. Unique matter in Recension A. — Having studied the 
material relationships of the Test as a whole we now undertake 
the same task for the individual recensions. As Rec. A is 
nearest the original, it has little matter that calls for comment 
Its expansions are of a purely narrative sort^. MS L alone has 
undergone a considerable revision by a mediaeval magician, who 
added nothing new, but merely mutilated the document. The 
-single addition of importance in this recension is the inscription 
on the ring 2. 

11. Unique matter in Recension B. — The peculiarities of 
Rec. B, and particularly of MS P, the only complete MS of this 
recension, consist in the main of unimportant interpolations and 
alterations. There are, however, a few additions of moment. 
These may be classed under four heads: (i) those which show 
familiarity with demonological ti'adition; e. g., the reference to 
the ghosts of the giants 3, to the female demon Obyzuth as 
jtvevfia fivQicopvfXov xal jr oXvfioQg)Ov^, and to Enepsigos, another 
female demon, as fivQKDPVfiog^t the allusion to a cycle of legend 
regarding 'EX^ovQimv and ol ijtra dalfiovsq^, the added charms 
in XVIII 23, 27 f, further information regarding Abezethibu ■*; 
(2) those which are Gnostic in character; e. g., the allusions to 
the eleven fathers and the eleventh aeon 8; (3) those which have 
a cabalistic tendency; e. g., the introduction of Apharoph for 
Raphael, of Xf^^' for Emmanuel, and of xf^' for Raphael ^, and 



1 Cf. c. X If. and XXVI 8—10. 2 Cf. infra VII 14. 3 C. XVII I. 

4 C. XIII 3; cf. Exdxfj ^VQL(j)VV^B Par MP 2745, Orph. Hymn. /ajj/ot, 
'Epf. 7toXvd)VVfiB Par MP 2815; her many names are given in cod. Par. 2316, 
f, 432, cf. Reitzenstein, Poim. 299 (one is ^^i^a), Pradel, Gr. Geb. 23 (275) 
(k/9v?oi;), Montgomery, ATTN 260 (No. 42), 262, Gaster in Folklore XI 133, 
Avezuha; TCoXvtbvvfxs is frequent. For noXvfxoQtpoq cf. Par MP 2726, 2799, of 
Hekate and Selene; cod. Par. 2^16 f. 318V (Reitzenstein, Poim. 2(^i) JlxQayyaha 
noXvfxoQ<pe. 5 C. XV 2. 6 C. IX 7. 

7 C. XXV I — 5, possibly omitted by accident from Rec. A. See also ad- 
ditions in VI 4. 8 C. XVIII 18, 31. 

9 C. XIII 6, XV II. See other additions in XVIII 3, 23, XXII 8, XXIII 4. 



Unique matter in Recension C. 83 

(4) those which show familiarity with Christianity. Additions are 
found in every section that refers to Christ; viz., VI S, XI, XII 3, 
XVII 4, and XXII 20. The additions in the first three passages 
are not important. The remaining two, however, seem to be 
due to an attempt to make the Christianity of the Test less 
"equivocal," since in XVII 4 the "becoming man" of the Savior 
is mentioned, and in XXII 20 the one to be born of a virgin 
and crucified is called 6 iiovaQ%riq d^eog. These additions lead 
to the belief that in XV lof, where Rec. A is wanting by 
accident, the positive Christian ideas advanced, viz., that it is the 
son of God who is to be stretched on the tree, that his mother 
is never to know man, and that he is especially fit to receive 
dominion over all the demons because he overcame the devil 
{did^okog rarely occurs in the Test) are probably the work of 
the B redacteur. This conclusion is supported by the fact that 
the Test elsewhere makes no 'attempt at systematic thought or 
generalization. At any rate we cannot definitely claim these 
ideas for the original writer, and must conclude that B is not 
only much better instructed in the faith, but also later. 

12., Unique matter in Recension C. — Rec. C deserves a 
special investigation of much greater proportions than can be 
given here, in order to determine its sources and rdationships. 
As we have already seen, its language is late, and the codices 
in which it is found as well as its unique material relate it to 
the C/avicu/a^. 

Many problems I must leave to others. Why is Beelzebul 
called EltzianphieP? What is the meaning of Onoskelu's birth 
djtb (pcoviqq ^rjQaa^eh iJtJ€ix7]g xQVf^^'^^^V^^^ Whence comes the 
idea of the bird that flies over God's head? One of the most 
interesting and baffling sections is that which we have called 
the "Prologue". In spite of defective grammar the editor has 



1 Cf. supra 11 4, IV 2 c. 2 Rec. C XI i ; cf. TQiavipisX, X i. 

3 Ibid. XI 6. Dr. James writes, "I am clear that XQriixaxixflq has something 
to' do with ;f^e^fr/5f tv, neighing of horse^ and I compare Jer. V 8, "nnoi S-i^Xv- 
ixavslq iyev^&rjoav, ^xaazog inl yvvaXxa xov nkrjalov ixQSf^6tit,ov, When 
David sinned with Bathsheba, ^jjpaapsit he was a ^Innog d-rjXv/xavi^q. See Tesi 
V 8, d-TjXvfxavslcc. 

6* 



84 Unique matter in Recension C. 

been able to select from some source certain high sounding 
prayers, which; I think, have no parallels in the LXX, the New 
Testament, or the early fathers. Possibly he borrowed from 
some, to him well known, liturgy. 

The magical cup and table in c. XI 7ff. are related to the 
"marvelous cup of crystal middlemost of which was the figure 
of a lion faced by a kneeling man grasping a bow with arrow 
drawn to the very head, together with the food-tray of Sulay- 
man, the son of David" in the story of "Sinbad the Seaman 
and Sinbad the Landsman" from the Arabian Nights^. The 
added magical formulae connect this recension more closely 
than the others to the magical literature of the Middle Ages on 
the one hand, and to the magical papyri on the othero The 
word Agla (XIII 6), which by noiarikon stands for "thou art 
mighty forever, O Lord," indicates dependence upon Jewish 
cabalism, and probably a relatively late date, for the word is 
not in the magic papyri, so far as I can discover, but is a 
favorite in the Middle Ages 2 

The magical recipe of c. IX gf. and the list of fifty demons 
in c. X have many marks which show that they are later than 
the original Test and have arisen in a different circle. The list 
is not concerned solely or primarily with the cure of diseases; 
it relates the powers, some good, some evil, of each demon, and 
implies that these powers are under the control of him who 
knows the demon's seal. Furthermore, each demon rules a 
certain number of inferiors. These ideas are to be found, on 
the one hand, in Gnosticism, which details the number of 
spirits ruled by each aqimv^^ and, on the other, in mediaeval 



1 Seventh Voyage in the Calcutta edition, Burton VI 80. 

2 The word is an acrostic from the first four words of the second blessing 
of the Shemoneh 'i^sreh: ^^i^i* a^S^b ^13i nnut. Since this liturgy and also the 
practice of noiarikon are early, one can argue as to date only on general proba- 
bilities; cf. JE I 235, 1X270—82; Schwab, Did. s. v. Hbi2<. Jt occurs often in 
Horst, Zauberbib.y I 127, II 90, 103, 121, i23fF., etc.; in Mather's Key^ p. 7; in 
Harl. MS 5596 (cf. supra II 4) f. 3021 in an incantation to secure treasure: 
6Qxlt,m vfiag, dalfzovsg, sIq za dvofxaxa tov &60v rd xsTQayQCL^fiaxov ZmQ 
iaztv ayXa' dyXaatd' ayXat' ayXad)^; also f. 3ob2j 32^2; often in Latin 
Clavicula. 3 Cf. p. 85, n. 2. 



Unique matter in Manuscript D. 85 

magic 1. The resemblance between c. X and the language o( Pistis 
Sophia regarding the five aQXovrsq and the ip^q)oc and 0<pQayi6sq 
of the thirteenth al6v'^, and the various xaQaTcrrjQsq, CtpQayldeq, 
and lists of names in chapters 5—40 and 45— 52 in the First Book 
ofjeu^ is most striking. Furthermore, there are close resemblances 
between the magical figures of the Coptic papyri, the Clavicula, 
both Latin and Greek, and the unique sections of this recension. 

We cannot attempt to trace the connecting links between 
these widely separated branches of magic, which, no doubt, go 
back to a common source in Hellenistic syncretism. The facts 
presented are an interesting illustration of the wide wanderings 
of superstitions, and the tenacity with which they maintain their 
forms in their migrations. 

13. Unique matter in MS D. — On internal grounds 
and by comparison with Recs, A and B we have decided that 
MS D c. I— VI and VIII present in general the form of 
the original story of Solomon out of which the Test was 
developed *. From what sources did this legend come ? As 
it now stands, it is quite plainly a Christian redaction of Jewish 
midrashim regarding Solomon, Palestinian, perhaps Galilean, in 
origin, rather than Babylonian ^ That the legend of c. I is 
ultimately Jewish is suggested by Nathan's stopping to bury a 
dead countryman, a trait borrowed from Magianism^, Traces 
of later influences are to be found in c. VIII The story of 
Solomon's flying through the air appears in Jewish mythology, 
where he is said to have ridden on an eagle 8^ but in Moham- 
medan legend, according to the Quran on a wind^^ and in the 



1 Cf. Trinity Col. (Cambridge) MS 1404 in French; Harl. (Br. Mus.) 6483, 
which contains "all the names, orders, and offices of all the spirits Sol. ever 
conversed with" (f. i). 2 Cc. isSff., Schmidt, K-Gn. Schr. 235 ff. 

3 Ibid. 260—97, 308—29. 4 Cf. supra IV 2. 5 Cf. supra VII'daT), p. 64 f, 

6 Cf. Tob I 19, II 3ff. Dr. James points out to me that the story is found 
in Ps.-Epiphanius, Vitae Prophetaruniy see ed. Schermann (Teubner 1907), pp. 4, 
54, 89, Migne, PG 43, col. 425, and thinks this is its probable source. For D 
it would then be indirectly Jewish, I suppose. Calish, yElX 176, says the rabbis 
are practically silent as to Nathan. 7 Cf. stipra IV 2. 

8 Griinbaum, ZDMG XXXI 23. 

Suras XXXI 81, XXXIV 11, XXXVII 35, S£E IX (II) 52, 151, 179. 



86 The inscription on the ring. 

Arabian Nights on a magic carpets If the story originally 
referred to Asmodaeus' usurpation of the throne, then we have 
also Jewish sources. This chapter, then, would seem to be an 
addition from a Jewish-Mohammedan type of tradition. All the 
remainder of this version we have already traced to Jewish ' 
sources 2 

From considerations of textual and literary criticism we 
concluded that D in its present form was late, but that its 
archetype {d) was the starting point for the Test^- From its 
language and style we concluded that it was Byzantine*. Our 
conclusions based upon a study of its subject matter accord 
with this and take us one step further: an originally Jewish 
document or cycle of legends has been thoroughly worked over 
by an educated Christian in early Byzantine times. Since there 
are no Christian elements in those parts of d which were taken 
over into the Test, and the quality of the Christianity in Rec. A 
is much poorer than in D, it is natural to conclude that d had 
nothing Christian in it when it was transformed into the Test. 

14. Solomon's seal. — The origin of the seals supposedly 
engraved on the ring of Solomon is of subordinate importance, 
since they are in any case secondary additions in our MSS. 
The simplest form is that found in Rec. B, which attempts no 
reproduction, but merely says the inscription was a pentagram. 
Since this is the western type of the tradition, it cannot have 
been originals 

Rec. A presents an interesting formula consisting for the 
most part of unintelligible words and containing those combi- 
nations of vowels so common in Hellenistic magic. MS L alone 
reproduces the seal with the legend in the form of a circle, the 
formula appearing around the circumference, while the interior 
contains magic signs. In the manuscript in which L is found, 
Harl. 5596, the Clavicula contains a seal of different shape on 



1 Burton III 267. 2 Supi'a VII 6. 3 Supra IV i, 2, 3. 4 Supra V i. 

5 Cf. JE XI 438 ff., 448, Griinbaum, Neue Beitrage z. sem, Sagmkunde 251. 
The text of the inscriptions as given in our MSS wiU be found below, p. 100 f. 
Canaan, Aderglaube, p. i£2f., et passim, gives the seal of Solomon as usually 
the sixpointed star among modem Arabs, but also the five. 



Origin and sources. 8/ 

which the same legend was to be written. In Bologna Univer- 
sity MS No. 3632 (V of the Test) there is found among many 
such "pentacles" a circle inscribed rov aoXofiSprog fteyaXov, 
within which is written the same legend. No doubt the editor 
of Rec. A got his seal from some such collection. The wording 
of the inscription would seem to link it to the older amulets 
and magic papyri, but in any case it is younger than the Test, 
which shows little trace of such influence. 

In Rec. C twelve large seals are found, the first a rectangle 
with various transverse lines and magic sings, the remaining 
eleven round and also containing various mystical symbols. In 
the fifth and the ninth are figures that look like the signs for 
Virgo and Scorpio, in the seventh for Aquarius, in the eighth for 
Pisces; the third, fourth, and fifth contain among others modi- 
fications of the Christian monogram >g. The fact that the^e 
same seals are found in a Vienna MS which does not contain 
-the Test is, I think, indicative of their origin. We must con- 
. elude that the original Test contained no description or repro- 
duction of the seal. 

15. Summary and conclusions, — If our previous conclusions 
are correct, the original Jewish stem of the present TVj;' consisted 
of the narrative parts of chapters I, II, XX, XXII, XXIII, and 
XXIV, i. e,, of those parts which are common to the Test and 
MS D. Upon this parent stem have been grafted (i) certain 
sections which describe the demons more fully, (2) two brief 
references to the work as a Test, which give it the name (XV 
i3f., XXVI 8), other considerable sections containing demonic 
prophecies whose later fulfilment is represented as constituting 
the basis for Solomon's faith in their testimony, and which, 
therefore, are intended to validate the work to the public (XII 4, 
XV 12 ff, XX 21) 1, and (4) additions made merely for the story's 
sake or intended to link the parts of the story together (VI 3,, 
5f, XIX, XXI, XXII 7f., 17). 

In this division of the Introductio7i we have given attention 
mainly to the origin of the first of these four classes of additions, 



1 Note also the late (P) addition XV 8— 11. 



88 Origin and sources. 

which includes the demonological, astrological, and magical 
elements in the work^, additions marked by the questions r/g 
£/ Cv; Tig xaXslcat] nolcp ^cpdlcp xsicat] Jtoiq) ayyiXcp xaraQ- 
yeTCai] It is for the sake of answering these questions that the. 
Test was written. As we have seen, the material for the an- 
swers has been drawn through Judaism from Babylonia in Ephip- 
pas (XXII) and possibly in the lilith-like Obyzuth (XIII) and from 
Persia in Asmodaeus (V); from Hellenistic Egypt come the 
decani . although the section has been much altered by Jewish 
or Christian revisers (XVIII); from Hellenistic Greek mythology 
come Onoskelis (IV), Lix Tetrax (VII), Akephalos Daemon (IX), 
Enepsigos (= Hekate, XV), Kunopegos (= Poseidon, XVI), and 
possibly the dog, Rhabdos (X, = ? Cerberus) and Pterodrakon 
(XIV == ? Typhon)2^ from Hellenistic mysticism the recipe for 
a cosmic revelation (VI lof.); from (perhaps Galilean) Jewish 
sources come the seven xoOftoxgdroQEg^, the giant, Machthon*, 
the demon of the Red Sea, Abezethibou (XXV), and probably 
the Shunamite(XXVI); from Christian, or Jewish-Christian sources 
in part, come Beelzebul (III, VI 1—9), Leontophoron, the demon 
of Gadara (XI), and perhaps the demon of epilepsy called 
xoQV<p7j dQaxovrcov, beside the charms which include some 
allusion to Christ (XV lOf, XVII 4). 

What sort of a man could have held such inconsistent and 
ill-digested views drawn from all these diverse sources. He 
cannot have been a heathen for he knows Judaism and Christian- 
ty, the Old Testament and the New too well. He cannot have 
been a Jew because of the Christian elements. Dr. Conybeare 
suggests that we have here as in the Testaments of the Twelve 
Patriarchs^ "a Christian recension of a Jewish book"^. Although 
I cannot agree with Schiirer that there are no Jewish passages 
in the book^, Dr. Conybeare's hypothesis does not seem to 



1 MS D shows that some of this was in the original story, d. 

2 Azazel, the serpent tempter of Eve, has human hands and feet in the 
Apoc. of Abraha7?i XXIII, Bonwetsch p. 33; cf. Hughes, Ethics Jew. Apoc.^ 211. 

3 C. Vni; it has some Hellenistic and Christian additions. 

4 Is he a Titan rather than one of the Nephilim? 

5 JQR XI i3f. 6 Th. Liiztg. 1899 no. 



Origin. 89 

meet the facts in the case. There is too much Christian material 
in the Test. Particularly is it to be noted that, in both places 
where the word testament occurs (XV 14 XXVI 8), it is closely 
connected with passages which are Christian in tone; c. XV lOf. 
in the form in which we have it is the most characteristically 
Christian section. in the entire work; c. XXVI 8 in Rec. B, which 
we believe to represent the original here, is less markedly so 
than is MS H with its reference to the "Jews," and yet we have 
discovered that the whole of the last chapter is based on a 
legend which otherwise comes to us from a Christian source. 
Moreover, the demonology of the work, which so much resem- 
bles that of the New Testament and the pseud epigrapha which 
were accepted in the Christian church, and the language with 
its resemblances to that of the New Testament even in passages 
where there is no quotation or direct allusion point to a Chris- 
tian origin. The absence too of smaller inconsistencies from 
the narrative, especially of Rec. A, the impossibility of finding 
the joints in the mending, point to unity of authorship for the 
Test as such. We conclude, then, that while the original story d 
was probably Jewish, the demonological document which first 
called itself a Testament^ best represented in Rec. A, was a 
Christian work. 

The man w^ho composed our Test bears no distinctive marks 
of any heterodox circle, yet he was no thorough-going Christian. 
He was above all a magician, and it is as such that he collected 
this bizarre potpourri of fragments from almost every natioii 
that had contributed to Mediterranean civilization. He must 
have been a Greek Christian, familiar, perhaps from childhood, 
with the language of the Septuagint and New Testament, familiar 
also with many legends of Jewish origin, but entirely familiar 
too with the demonology and magic of the heathen world, to 
which he belonged almost as truly as he did to Christianity. 
For him Christ is not yet master of the whole world; never- 
theless, Christ's is a name to conjure with, and, when he is at a 
loss for a powerful angel name, the new savior comes into the 
exorcism. He is a half-hearted Christian in a world where 
Christianity is not yet the conquering religion. This is the more 



•90 Solomon in Sapientia. 

-evident when one compares Recs. B and C, which introduce 
-elements which reveal the period when Christianity had con- 
'guered, and was absorbing its former foes and their superstitions. 



VIII. THE TESTAMENT IN LITERATURE AND HISTORY, 

I. Solomonic books of healing and magic among the Jews. J 
a) The literary starting point for all the later legends regard- 
ing Solomon's wisdom is to be found in III Reg III. Here, as 
Benzinger points out; it is the judicial" wisdom of the ruler that 
is in the writers mind^. In c. V9 — 14, on the other hand, it 
is "religiose Lebensweisheit" 2 Furthermore, Benzinger believes 
that in comparing Solomon's wisdom with that of the children 
of the East and the wisdom of the Egyptians the writer intended^ 
to imply that Solomon knew magic and astrology, for these j 
ancients were famous for such knowledge, as the records of thej 
Exodus, for example, testify. How far back may we place this^ 
earliest reference to Solomon's magical knowledge? The verses 
in question can hardly belong to the earlier sources of the Books; 
of Kings as Kautzsch seems to imply ^, but rather to the final 
redaction of the book 4. The least that one can say is that it 
must date before the Septuagint translation. More than two 
centuries, therefore, before Christ, in the leading circles of 
Palestinian Judaism, Solomon is already a magician. The inter- 
polator of the passage may not have thought of him as the 
author of magical books, but surely many readers would under- 
stand from the allusion to the wisdom of the ancients and Egypt 
that cpdai meant, not psalms, but carmina^ incantations, and that 
the discourses vjtkQ rcop ^vXcop must include their medical, or 
what amounted to the same thing, their magical uses^ 



1 K'dnige^ p. 23 f., on I Kg V 9 — 14. 

2 I Kg V9-14 (Heb), IV 29— 34 (Eng). 

3 According to markings adopted in Heil. Schr. des AT, 

4 So Benzinger, loc. cit. Stade and Schv/ally in Haupt's polychrome Hebrew 
Bible color it as a "non-Deuteronomic addition of unknown origin." Cf. Steuer- 
nagel, EinL AT 356, and ZATW 1910 70, whose suggestions require a very 
late date. 

5 Cf. Salzberger, Salomosage, 5ff., for an analysis of the biblical passage. 



Solomon in Josephus. 9 1 

b) The next reference to Solomon's magical powers, in 
Wisdom VII 17 — 22, makes no allusion to writings; indeed the 
context does not call for it. But it does plainly involve the 
ascription to the supposed writer of knowledge of astrology, of 
the nature of beasts and spirits, as well as of men, of the svaQ- 
yeia Ctoix^lwv, the 6Laq)0Qal g)vrmv, and the dvmfieig Qt^cot^, of 
"all things that are either secret or manifest" 1. The Wisdom of 
Solomon, then, is a witness to tlie acceptance of the legend of 
Solomon's astrological, demonological, and magical accomplish- 
ments in Alexandrian Judaism in the first century B. C, and, 
let it be noted, by a thoroughly educated and highly cultured 
Jew of the Dispersion. 

c) A still further allusion to Solomon's authority over de- 
mons is found in Pseudo-Philo, de antiquitatibus . biblicisy in Ci- 
tharismus regis Dauid contra daemohium Saulis, which we have 
already quoted. The lines which concern us here should run, 
according to Dr. James, as follows: Arguet autem te metra nova 
unde natus sum de quo nascetur post tempus de lateribus meis 
qui vos domabit. Dr. James says, "In this last sentence it seems 
at first sight as though we had a prophecy of Messiah, and a 
possible Christian touch. But a little consideration will show, 
I think, that the 'vanquisher of demons' who is to spring from 
David is not Messiah, but Solomon the king of Genies, the wi- 
zard whose spells produced such marked effects in the time of 
Josephus, the hero, too, of the Testament of Solomon^ where he 
figures almost solely as the restrainer and chastiser of mischie- 
vous spirits"^. 

d) The next mention of Solomon's power as a magician is 
the decisive one, without which one might doubt the interpre- 
tations adopted above. There can be no doubt as to Josephus' 
meaning on the whole when he relates the following: (44) cvva- 
xa^ato 6\ xal ^i^kia [jibqX] wdwv xal (isXSv nivxB JtQoq role; 
XMoiq, xal otaga^oXoiV xal elxovmv ^i^Xovg TQioxMag' xaO-^ 



1 Following the translations by Siegfried in Kautzsch, APAT I 490, and 
Holmes in Charles, APOT I 546. 

2 TSll^ (1893) Apoc. Anec. iSsff.; cf. supra VII 6 b), and p. 60 n. 2. 



92 Solomon in Joseplius. 

sxaorov yag sl6og devSgov JtaQa^oXrjv eIjiev, a(p vfSCwjtov fo?^ 
xedgov, tov avxov 6a xQOJtov xal jcsqI xrtjvt^p xal tSp t em- 
ysicop ajtavTcov ^cowv xal xmv Vfjxrcov xal rcop aBQicov' ovdsfiiav 
yag rovrcov tpvaiv rffvor\<jzv ov6\ uiagril^BV ave^eraOtov, aXX' 
ev jtaoatg e^tkoo6(p7]66 xal rr]v kjttoxri^rjv rcov hv avzaig Idiw- 
(larmv axgav sjtsdel^aro, (45) jtagsCje 6* avrm (lad'Stv 6 d-eog- 
xal T7]v xaxa xmv daiiiovoiv rex^TjP slg cog)£Xetav xal d-EgaJtEiak 
TOiq avO'ga)Jtoig, sjtcpdaq re 6vvra^afi6Vog alg JtagfjyoQEiTat ra 
voafjftara, rgojcovg s^ogxdOEcov xariXutEv^ olg avdovfiEva ra 6ai-; 
fiovia cog firjXET ejcavEXd-Elv kxdLwxovOt. (46) xal avrrj ftE^Qi 
vvv jiag r]fitv fj d^Egajtsla jcXslorov iaxvEt' IcxogrjCa yag xiva 
'EXsdC,agov rcov ofiocpvXoiV, OvsajraOcapov xagovxog xal xmv 
vii^v avxov xal yiXiagxmv xal aXXov Oxgaxtwxixov jcX'^d-ov^^ 
xovg vJto xwv daifiovimv XafifiavofiEVovg djtoXvovxa xovxcov. 
ds xTJg d-agajtELag xgojtog xoiovrog rjv, (47) jtgoCq}£ga)V xalq 
giol xov datfiopi^ofiEPov xov daxxvXcov, s^ovxa vjto x^ dpgaylSi. 
gl^av eg cbv vjieSel^e 2JoXo/1(6p, ejcelx s^eiXxev oOcpgofiivo) dtai 
x<5p liVxxTjgmv xo daifiovtovj xal xicovxog sv&vg xdvd'g(63iov 
ixrjxix' alg avxov hjtavriB,aLv Sgxov, UoXo[i<Dv6g xs fi£fivrj[iavog 
xal xag EJtq>6ag, ag Cvpe&tjxev Exatvog, EJttXaycov .... (49) yivo- 
fiavov 6h xovxov ca(p^g r] ^oXofiSvog xad^icxaxo ovvaCig xai 
0og)la . . . ^ 

We have quoted the passage at length, because we believe 
that, having it before the eye and remembering the previous 
Jewish allusions to Solomonic incantations, one cannot but accept 
Albrecht Dieterich's conclusion that Josephus means to imply 
that books were in circulation under Solomon's name which 
gave the magical, or medicinal, virtues of plants after the plan 
of the works later written by Pamphilus and called sixovsg xaxa 
axoi%Etov\ And surely the ijtcpdal had long ago been written 
down. 

e) The Mishna says that Hezekiah hid the "book of recipes"^ 



1 Ant VIII 44^49 l^Naber) = VIII 2 5. 

*2 Abraxas 142 f., Leid. Pap. 780 ff, 

3 In the Gemara, Berakoth loa (Goldziher I 35), Pcsachim 56a [ibid.ll^z^'. 
mXISI ^BO tia. n.^lB^l means Heihing,\ri.\h^^\\ytzS. Arzeneien, IJeilmiitel,\.tyy 
Fleischer, s. v.; cf. Jer XXX 13. See also A. Wiinsch, ZDMG LXVI (1912)414- 



Solomon in later Judaism. 93 

which, according to Maimonides and Rashi meant a book which 
Solomon had written; Maimonides holding that it was a book 
of magic \ Rashi that the evil consisted in its leading men not 
to pray to God for their healing 2. Otherwise rabbinic literature 
does not refer to such Solomonic works; evidently this sort of 
tradition was avoided in official Jadaism. 

f) After Talmudic times I know of no reference to such 
books until we reach the Jews of the Middle Ages. In fact 
Moses takes the place of Solomon in Jewish literature and be- 
comes the representative wise man, as Solomon does for the 
Christians^. Steinschneider gives citations from writers of the 
twelfth and following centuries who look upon Solomon as the 
source of all wisdom, including medicine, magic, and astrology^. 
In particular, Sheintob ben Isaac of Tortosa (1260) in his para- 
phrase of Zahravi's Tasrzf, called lni)3ffl(l ISO (XI cent.) ^, gives 
"eine Schilderung der Weisheit Salomo's (namentlich in der 
Naturkunde), unter dessen Namen in Zahrawi ein Verband (nittl) 
erwahnt werde, der auf weiBer Marmortafel an der Wand seines 
Palastes eingegraben war, wie verschiedene Rezepte ()mi5nDl5 
mnpisn), die von den Spateren (Q'liinn^n) erlautert worden; 
Scheintob hat 'hier in Marseille' den Christen mehr davon er- 
lautert, als er in Zahrawi fand"^. We have here possible the 
contract with the demons^, and certainly the magical recipes 
said to have been written on the temple gates ^ Steinschneider 



1 Surenliusius, Mishna II 149, de Pasckaii IV 9. Maimonides says; "Haec 
Mishna est ex Tosaphta, quam exponam propter utilitatem illius; niJ^IB^ -i£jD 
liber medicinae, erat liber qui tractabat de medicis quibus se sanare non permit- 
tebat Lex, uti sunt ejusmodi res quae proponebantur per figuras; erant enim 
Astrblogiae periti nonnuUi quorum dicto homines faciebant suo tempore imagines 
ac figuras quasdam, qui aliquibus damnnm (sic) vel utilitatem adferebant; haec 

autem figura in lingua Graeca vocabatur rs>>£afi€C Prolixius esse volui in 

hisce, eo quod mibi exposuerant, quod Shelomo composuisset librum medicinae 

2 Griinbaum, ZDMG XXXI 200. 

3 Kohler in y^" IV 518; cf. Gaster, Sxvord of Moses, 

4 Heh\ Ubers. 936, ns. 225 and 226; 8495. 

5 Ibid, 74off. Zahravi is called Acararius, Azaravi, etc. 

6 Ibid, 743. Is Scheintob borrowing from the Christian tradition, or vice 
versa? See below VIII 3 b) (2). 

7 Cf. injra VIII 3d) 2) (d). 8 Cf. infra VIII 3c) 2). 



94 Solomonic books in Arab tradition. 

is only partly right in trying to relieve his compatriots of the 
responsibility for the ascription of such works to Solomon ^ The 
Christians, however, developed the tradition far more than did 
the Jews from whom they received it. 

2. Solomonic books among the Arabs. — A single reference 
in the Quran and the comments thereon show that among the 
Jews of Mohammed's time magical books of Solomon were 
known. Sura II 95 ff. reads: "And when there came unto them 
a prophet from God confirming that scripture which was with 
them, some of those to whom the scriptures were given cast 
the book of ,God behind their backs as if they knew it not: and 
they follow the device which the devils devised against the king^ 
dom of Solomon; and Solomon was not an unbeliever, but the 
devils believed not, they taught men sorcery." The context 
supports Sale's interpretation drawn from Yahya and Jallalo'ddin, 
that this device against the kingdom of Solomon consisted in 
the devils' attempt to blacken the character of Solomon b^ 
writing books of sorcery, hiding them under his throne, and 
after his death pretending he had had in them the recipes by 
which he obtained his power 2. 

3. Among Christians. — 

a) The power of Salomonic exorcisms. ^- One line of Chri- 
stian tradition goes back to Josephus and follows him more or 
less closely, recounting merely the power of the exorcisms he 
had composed. Origen, who writes "a Salomone scriptis adjura- 
tionibus solent daemones adjurari. Sed ipsi qui utuntur adjura- 
tionibus illis, aliquoties nee idoneis constitutis libris utuntur: 
quibusdam autem et de Hebraeo acceptis adjurant daemoda," 
may be merely paraphrasing Josephus, or he may have had 
personal knowledge of Solomonic works 3, The first I have dis- 
covered to quote Josephus expressly is Georgius Monachus 



1 Op. cU. 936. An interesting reference to Jewish magic, Burton, Nights 
n 234. 

2 Cf. Sale ad he. Palmer's note, SBE VI (Qu II) 14, does not so well 
explain the passage, which is concerned solely with books. 

3 In Mattheum comm. ser, (tract. 33) no, Migne FG 13, 1757, in discussioa- 
of Mt XXVI 63, 



Medical wisdom from Solomon. gj 

(c. 850) \ who is followed by Cedrenus (c. 1 100) 2, Zonaras 
(c. 1150)3, and Glycas (after 1150)'*. 

b) Solomon the ultimate source of medical wisdom. — Other 
Christian writers start from the Old Testament notices of Solo- 
mon's wisdom, developing the tradition in various directions. In 
the first place, according to Theodoret (386/393 — 458), he was 
wiser than the most famous wise men to whom the Hellenistic 
world looked back. In his Quaestiones in III Reg.j Qu. X he 
asks, Ilwq vofjreov to "^EjtXrid'VVBV (cod. a, ajtlrjO-vv^ri) fj aog)la 
SoXofimvrog vjthg rrjv cpQOvriCiv jtavxmv rwv vtcov aQXCtifov, 
xal vj€SQ Jtdvrag g)Qovi/iovg AlyvjtToVj" He answers, 'Ex TtagaX^ 
XtjXov dsi^ai avrov t7]v ciog)lav o i(ftoQioyQdg)og r^O^eXridsv, Tov- 
rov xaQiv xal rwv otaXai yBysvri(ievcov Coq>mv doQiHrcog sfivrj- 

Od"r} Tovxovg^ q)Tjalv, dxavrag 6 J^okoficav ccjtaxQVipEV, dzs 

dfj d^60&£v rrfg aog)tag to dmgov ds^dfievog ^, Procopius of Gaza, 
without acknowledging his debt, quotes Theodoret almost word 
for word 6. Georgius Monachus "^ and after him Georgius Ce- 
drenus ^ give a slightly different version of Theodoret, adding 
also a part of Theodoret's Quaest XVIII. 

In the second place Theodoret represents the wise king as 
the source from which the ancients derived their knowledge of 
medicine. He asks, IJcog voi]xiov to "'Ejidlrjas jieqI x6v §6- 
Icov . . . .", and answers, Eal rag tpvosig, xal xag dvvdfisig, xal 
rwv ^oxavmv, xal xmv 6ev6q(dv, xal ^evroi xal xcav dXlyymv 
C^cptDv 3te<pvaLoXoy7jxivai avrov aigrixsv' hxsv^sv olfiai xal xdg 

iaxQixag ^I^Xovg 6vyysYQaq)6xag egavlaaod-at xdfijtoXka 

ml rovde rov ^tpov rods to fioQtov rlvog xdd^ovg dlB^KpaQfia- 
■^ov olov rj X7]g valvr]g xoX% rj xo Xeovxecov CxEag, rj to xav- 

1 Or Hamartolos; Ckron. II 42 4, Migne PG no 249 C; cf. Krumbacher 
^^^ 352—8. 

2 Migne, PG 121 156 Bf. and 196 CD; cf. Krumbacher, BLg- 368f 
:5elzer, Sex^. Jul. Afr II i 357-84. 

3 Ann, 118, Migne, PG 134 168 B, cf. Roger Bacon, Ofera inedita, ed. 
3rewer London 1859, vql. I, App. p. 526. 

4 Migne PG 158 349 C; cf. Krumbacher, BLg 380—5. 
6 Migne, PG 80 676 AB. 

6 Com. ad III Reg, II 45, Migne, PG %^\i 1152. 

7 Chron. II 42 If., Migne, PG no 249 A. 8 Migne, PG i2t 197 d£ 



^6 Solomon's medical -wisdom. 

Qstov a\ua, -^ rcov h^vcdrnv al OaQxsg. IIsqI xovxoi)V yag ol do- 
g)oi Ta>v larQcov 6vyy%yQa<pa0iv^ ex xmv JloXoyLrnvxi CvyyEyQaftf 
fievcop eiX7jg)6xEg xSv xqcoxcov xaq aq)OQiiaq^> Procopius of 
Gaza quotes Theodoret as far as jcdfi:n:oXka^. Anastasius Si- 
naites repeats both question and answer almost word. for word 3. 
So far as I have discovered, no others use the first part of the 
reply ending with jrdfiJtoXXa, but Georgius Monachus, Cedrenus, 
and Glycas weave into their account of Hezekiah's suppression 
of Solomon's books the sentence, dg/ cop ol xmv ^EXXrivmv 
iaxQo0og>cOrai 6<psx8Qiod[iBvot xal xaq dg)OQfiag £iXri(p6xBq xat; 
olxeiag Cvvscx^aavxo xi%vaq, or its equivalent^. 

c) Hezekiah's suppression of Solomon's books. 

i) Origin of the legend. — The question naturally arose as 
to what had become of all the proverbs, odes, and scientific 
writings of Solomon, So far as the sources show, this question 
was first raised and answered by Hippolytus in his commen- 
tary on Canticles, portions of which are preserved in Armenian, 
Syriac, Slavic 5, and Georgian 6. The last mentioned version 
contains a discussion, the essence of which has been handed 
down also in a quotation or summary found in the Quaestiones 
of Anastasius Sinaites. 

In Quaest. XLI Anastasius collects several ancient references 
to Solomon's books and wisdom. Beginning with an unacknow- 
ledged quotation from Theodoret', he reproduces Sap VII 
i6 — 21 and III Reg IV 26— 29, and then adds the following; 



1 In III Reg. Quaest, XVIII, Migne, FG 80 681 AB. Does Jerome have 
this tradition in mind? Cf, Quaest. Hebr, in libr. Ill Reg. (Migne, PL 23 1365C)'. 
Disputavit enim de naturis lignorum, jumentorum, reptilium, et piscium, de vi 
videlicet et naturis illorum .... 

2 Com. ad III Reg IV 33; Migne, PG 87 : i 1153. 

3 Quaest. XLI; cf. infra p. 97 n* i. It is the first part of the andstQiaiq and 
immediately follows a quotation from 0Bo6o)QijXOV ^niaxdnov KvooVy -which 
stands at the end of Quaest. 40. 

4 C/iron. II 42 4 (Migne PG no, 249 B) for G. Monachus; Migne, PG 121 
200 B, 224 C for Cedrenus; Glycas (ibid. 158 348 D) has, xkq tov 2. ^i^Xovg, 
ci(p' <bv Hal o\ t(ov laxQibv Ttatdeg a<pOQ^aq ^eXapov. 

5 Bonwetsch, KVCom I 343 - 74. 

6 Bonwetsch, Hipplyts Kom. a. Hohelied in TU NF VIII (23) H. 2, 22 f. 

7 Cf. supra n. 3. 



Suppression of Solomon's books. gj 

^ljt:jto^vtov sx Tov slg to adfia aCfiara)v, Kal jtov jtaaa rj 
nXovcia avrtj yvSCig] jtov 6e xa fivcri^Qia xavxa] xal jtov at 
^i^Xoi] avatpegovxaL yag fiovai al jraQOcfilat xal rj 6og)la xal 6 
EXxX^OtaCXTjg xal xb ScOfia xwv aGfiaxcov. xl ovv] Jpsvdexai ^ 
YQCtg)'^] li^i yivoixo, aXXa jtoXXfj fiep xig vXi] yayivr^xat xwv 
K^Qafifiatcop, <pg 67]Xot xb Xiysiv aOfia aOfiaxcop' C9]fiaivsi yccQ 
fpri oca JtEQiBlypv al jcavxaxiCx^Xiat cpdal hv x^ avl dtrjyrjGaxo. 
BV Sh xatg rjpiQaig E^sxiov xa fihp xcov ^i^Xicov 6^eXsyi]0av, xa 
6e xal JteQicig)d"rjaap . . . .^ Perhaps Jerome has this in mind 
when he says, Aiunt Hebraei cum inter cetera scripta Salomonis 
quae antiquata sunt, nee in memoria duraverunt, et hie liber 
[Eccl.] obltterandus videretur ... ex hoc uno capitulo [XII] 
meruisse auctoritatem 2. 

That general encyclopedia, the Hypomnesticon^ written by 
the otherwise unknown Josephus Christianus, mentions jtsvraxi- 
oxtXlag jtagoifilag written by Solomon among the books referred 
to in the Scriptures but not now founds Michael Glycas gives 
a badly garbled account of it all, making Hezekiah's revision 
fall after the Exile and Ezra's labors, and naming 6 aogxoxaxog 
WiXXog as his authority, evidently by mistake^. 

2) The writings on the temple gate. — In view of Heze- 
kiah's iconoclastic zeal as to the brazen serpent, it M^as inevitable 
that some one should suggest that he had also suppressed the 
magical writings of Solomon. Two Christian writers present an 
! independent tradition, somewhat like that of Sheintob already 
mentioned S- Georgius Syncellus (c. 800) in his exXoyrj xQovo- 

1 KVConi I 343; Migne, PG 89 589; cf. supra p. 96 n. 6. Anastasius' floruit 
is placed by Krumbaclier {BLg 64 fF.) between 640 and 700. The QuaesHones in 
their present form are not original, but that does not affect our material, for it 
is all quoted. 2 Com. in Eccl XII 13 f. 

3 Cap. 120, PG lo6 124 A. The date of the Hypomnesticon is still un- 
settled. Schiirer, G^y Fill 420, refers to Oy}.\s,z\Ta\A\.^ KlHne SchriftenN ^\%^ who 
places it in the tenth century, and the "more accurate researches'*, of Diekamp, 

I Hippolyttts von Tkeben (1898) 145— 151, who decides for 800 at the latest, pos- 
sibly a much earlier date. To the writer it appears that aside from certain 
evident interpolations it may belong to the fifth century. 

4 PG 158 349 A; cf. 122, 537, 540 for Psellus' opinion. 

5 Cf. supra p. 93. The story in Ez VIII 7—11 does not appear to have 
' played any part in these speculations. 

UNT. 9: McCown. 7 



qS Suppression of Solomon's books. 

yQaqiiaq^ when speaking of Solomon's reign, merely describes 
most concisely his wisdom and fall; when he comes to Hezekiah, 
after expanding IV Reg XVJII 4, he adds, 'EC^sxlag fthv oiv 
^adtXevq ^lovda fisxa to xaracxdipac ra ddcoXsZa xal xa aXcrj 
ixxorpai xal top ;f«>lxot5j^ otpiv s^aXslipai rovg evQiCxo^svovq 
sldooXoXaxQovvTag eg %v6alo:)v hd-avaxov. xoOovxov yccQ x^ 
sldcoXoXaxQela Cvpslxovxo Scxs xcov d-vgw^axcov ojtioO-EV C^osyga- 
g)sZv xa ^dsXvyfiaxa xcov ed^vwv xal tcqoOxvvsIv aviotg, xal tva 
TcaQ ^EQexiov xpr}Xaq>av JiBfutOfiEvrnv xQv^oivxo avotyoiiEvmv xSv 
d-vQcov. ijv 6£ xal JSoXoiimvxoq yqa^ri xig £yxExo?Mfif£6vr] xfj 
jtvX'^ xov vaov jtavxog voorjiiaxoq axog jtsgiixovCa, ^ JtQo6EXoov 
6 Xabg xal xag d-EQajtEtag vofiiC^ofisvog e^eiv xaxEtpQovEt xov 
d'EOV' 6c6 xal xavxrjv EC^Exlag E^Ex6Xa\pEV iva xaaxovxEg xw 
d-Ew jtQ0CEX036iv^, Suidas abbreviates the account and puts 
^i^Xog ia^axcov for ygatpri'^- 

3) Solomon's magical books suppressed/ — Turning to Ana- 
stasius Sinaites again we make the interesting discovery that he 
ascribes the account of the reforming activity of Hezekiah to 
Eusebius. The final section in Quaest. XII runs as follows: 
Ev6E^lov IlaiKplXov EX xtjg aQXcctoXoyix^g loxoQtag, Tag 6e 
^i^Xovg xov SoXoficovxog, xag Jtsgl rwv jcaga^oXwv xal cidcov, 
hv alg JtEQL ^vxwv xal jtavxoicov C^coa)V <pv6ioXoy^6ag, ;fe(){Jaicoi^, 
jtEXEtvSv XE xal vTjxxSp, xal la^ax<DV xad-ovg jtavxoq^ yQaq)Eioag 
aix^j dg)av£tg ijtoir}OEV ^EQExlaq, 6ia x6 xag d-EQajtElaq xcov vo- 
OTjiidxwv Evd-Ev xofil^Edd^ai xov Xaov, xal jiEQiogav alxElv, xal 
xagogav evxevB-ev Jtaga d'Eq> xag laOEtg^. 

The Hypomnesticon of Josephus, which in chapter 120, as we 
have seen, tells of Hezekiah 's revision of Solomon's proverbs, 
says in c. 74, eIA Se xal Exsgot jiXelCxol Xoyoi, ovg djtExgvipEv 
6 svaE^fjg ^aOiXEvg 'E^sxlag, ov6ev o^EXog EJtl JtoXXotg EvglaxE- 
Cd-at Xbyoig^. 

The account given by Georgius Monachus of Solomon's 
wisdom combines part of the Eusebian quotation with express 

1 B 376f., P 200, V 160. See Gelzer, Sext. Jul. A/r, II 176—249, Krum- 
bacher, BLg 339 ff. 2 Lex. s. v. ^JE^sxiaq. 3 PG 89 592 Df. ; cf. supra p. 96 f . 

4 PG 106 89 C. C. 74, -whicli is in a part of the work that recounts the 
deeds of Old Testament characters, is itself a. record of the reign of Solomon. 



Suppression of Solomoii's books. 99 

indication of its origin, with extracts from Theodoret and Flavius 
Josephus, as we have seen^. Georgius Cedrenus practically 
repeats Monachus, but with the addition of a clause ^t^Xiov 
.HoXoiimvtog la^axriQiov Jtavrog Jtdd'ovg eyxexoZafiftspoi^j apP^" 
rently borrowed from Syncellus or Suidas; he mentions no 
authority 2. Glycas presents on the whole an independent account 
of Solomon's wisdom and literary activities, but like Anastasius, 
he appeals to the authority of Eusebius; he says, rag zov UoXo- 
(imvrog ^l^Xovg, a^ mv xdi ol rcov laxQmv jcaldeg rag ag)OQ(iag 
Ejia^op .... JcaQct 6s 'E^sxlov xsxav0d-ai g)rj(iiv 6 jtoXvfiad'Tjg xal 

Is this appeal to the authority of Eusebius deceptive.? We 
may not be sure of the date of the Quaestiones of Anastasius 
in their present form, but, whoever the writer of Quaest XII is, 
he quotes accurately from Theodoret, and from a lost work of 
Hippolytus. Is not the presumption in favor of accepting his 
testimony regarding Eusebius, and supposing that he is quoting 
from some lost work of the great historian^? That Eusebius 
should make such a statement cannot seem at all strange in 
view of the reference by Origen to "a Salomone scrip tis ad- 
jurantionibus"^ 

4) One further reference to the tradition that Hezekiah took 
summary measures with Solomon's medico-magical writings is 
of particular interest to us, since it is found in Rec. C of the 
Test (c. XIII I — 12) and, indeed, forms its raison d'etre. If this 



1 discover no marks to indicate its date; the quotation above is more closely 
related to Glycas than Georgius Monachus, yet the similarity may be due merely 
to likeness of literary method. 

1 Chron, II 42 4), FG no 249 B, sec 273 B; cf. supra p. 96. 

2 FG 121 200 B, 224 C. Both Monachus and Cedrenus mention the sup- 
pression of the books in their accounts of Solomon and again under Hezekiah. 

^ FG 158 348 Df. 

4 Although no "archaeological history" by Eusebius is known to historians 
of Christian literature, Bonwetsch, in his chapter on "Die vomicanische Litt. in 
altslav. HSS." in Hamack, Altchr. Lit. I 900, mentions a Russian MS in the 
Synodal library at Moscow (cod. 339 [looi] 40 s; 17, f. 310) which has "Euse- 
beios(?) PamphUos, aus der Archaeologie{?)," and strangely enough it begins, 
"Das Buch aber des Salome, welches von den Sprichwortem handelt." It at 
least has some mention of Solomon. 5 See above, VIII 3 a), p. 94. 

7* 



100 Solomonic books in manuscripts. 

legend was already found in Eusebius, as it was in the Mishna, 
there were plenty of channels through which redacteur C might 
have obtairied it. Yet the .mention of ^burning" and "hiding" 
(c. XIII 4, 8f.) suggests that Rec. C comes from the time of 
Cedrenus and Glycas, for the earlier writers do not use the word 

d) Solomonic books of incantations in the Middle Ages. — 
i) Solomonic books of magic and astrology found in me- 
diaeval manuscripts. — In spite of these records of the sad fate 
of Solomon's medico-magical literary efforts, such books con- 
tinued to flourish. The long lists given by M. Seligsohn in his 
article, "Solomon-Apocryphal Works", in the Jewish Encyclo- 
pedia is by no means exhaustive. Indeed Solomon's reputation 
became such that any thing connected with magic or astrology 
or science might be ascribed to him ^ The most popular of 
the works which are consistently handed down under his name 
is the Clavicular or ^FyQO[iavvsla, as some of the Greek copies 
have it. The two are not exactly the same, but along with the 
Sepher Rasiel 2, the Semiphoras ^, and others of the sort, are of a 
well marked type. They consist mainly of prayers and incan- 
tations intended to accomplish various purposes, usually by 
commanding demonic aid. The prayers are usually interlarded 
with barbaric names, and there are many pentacles, or magical 
drawings, each of which gives power over the demon to which 
it belongs, or serves as an amulet for some specific purpose. 
Lists of the angels and demons who rule the days and hours 
are given. 

None of these works is like the Test It is much older in 
language than any of the Greek works of this sort, 'and differs 
from them all as to purpose; for, aside from Rec. C, which has 



1 See above II 4, 8, 10, 11, pp. 13 and p. n. i. i8f., 2iff, 25ff. Professor 
von Dobschiitz in a personal note first called my attention to the fact that in 
the Ambrosiana the PhyHologus of Aristotle is ascribed to Solomon; Cat, Codd^ 
Gr, Bibl. Ambr. I 104, cod. 89, 183. In Lambros, Cat. of the MSS on Mt. Atkos 
are illustrations of this, see Pinax A; s. v. 2!oXofiO)Vi?e^. On the Clavicula cf. 
Reitzenstein, Foim, i86f., and Steins chneider, Heb. Ob. 938. 

2 See Steinschneider, op, cit. 937. 3 Scheibel, Das Kloster III, 289 fF. 



Solomonic books in use. lOI 

drawn upon them in part, the Test is interested in the demons 
primarily as the causes of disease. The writer wishes to disclose 
their nature, relationships, and activmes for the same reason that 
a doctor studies diseases, that he may counteract them. These 
other books are technical works for the professional astrologer 
and magician, not concerned with the cure of diseases, in fact 
rarely showing any medical interest, but anxious rather to show 
how the demons may be used to gain wealth, power, and hap- 
piness. The list of fifty demons in Rec. C (c. X) is characte- 
ristic of this type of literature. With it compare the list of 
thirty-six decani in Recs. A and B (XVIII) to gain a sharp def- 
inition of the contrast. When, therefore, the Christian writers 
refer to a Solomonic "book of healing" they are not thinking 
of the Clavicular nor of any of the similar works. The Test is 
the one Solomonic work which fits the term. Having thus 
cleared the way, we are ready to consider the evidence that 
goes to show that such a book was actually in use during the 
Middle Ages. 

2) Literary references to contemporaneous Solomonic me- 
dical works. 

(a) The citations above which mention medico-magical books 
of Solomon might be supposed not to imply first hand know- 
ledge of any such works. There are others, however, . which 
show that they were well known. Following the brief quotation 
given above ^ the Hypomnesticon continues, xovq 6\ Saiiiovcov 
BTtipBVTCttxovq, xal jtaB-mv iargcxovg, xal xXsJixciv ^cogarcxovg 
[Xoyovg] ol rcov lovdaltDv dyvgrai utag iavxoiq (pvXaCCovCiv 
SM(ie2.60TaTaf rwv 3tt6rwv rr^q aylaq BxocXi]olag xovtotq ov xexQ£- 
liivcov 6ia TO tfi Xgicxov jtiorec xad-odiovv savtovq 6e6c6ax^ctt. 
The man who wrote this is not depending upon what he has 
read, but describes what he knows of personal observation. 
There is no reason why such a sentence could not have been 
written in the fifth century. 

(b) The next allusion is equally direct and unambiguous. 
Nicetas Acominatus, or Choniates, who was a high official at 



1 See above VIII 3 c) 3), p. 



I02 Solomonic books in use. 

the Byzantine .court about 1200 and wrote his History from 
personal recollections 1, knew an interpreter and sycophant at 
the court, Aaron by name, who was also a magician. He relates 
of him, %aXm 61 xa\ ^i^lov HoXoficovrscov aveXixtwv ^rig dva- 
:^xv6aofi8VTj T€ xal 6eaQXOft£V7] xara XayeSvag 6vXXsy£L xal xaQi- 
Otrjai TO. daifiovia Cv^vaxiq dvajtvvdavofiEva, l(p orcp JtQoGxi- 
xXr]vrai' xal to ijnrarrofiEVov ejcLOJiEvdovra jtsgarovv, xal 
jtQo&vfia)g Sqcovto to xeXevofievov^. This describes accurately 
parts of the ^FygofzavTEia and the Latin Clavicula^ as well as 
the new material in Rec. C. The list of fifty demons (c. X) is 
intended to accomplish just the end of calling in certain demons 
and the hosts they command, while Paltiel Tzamal uses almost 
the language of Nicetas in describing the obedience Solomon 
may expect 3. It is no doubt a book of this sort, not the Test^ 
which Aaron used, for no mention is made of healing. 

(c) Michael Glycas, in the passage already referred to ^, has 
a description of Solomon's magical books which we have reser- 
ved for separate discussion, because in it he takes a path of 
his own. His statement is as follows: k^>v<SLo'Xoyr\6E de 2oXofimp 
xal jteqI Xl&oov .... dXXa xal nEQi 6atfiopa>v ETed-rj ^i^Xlov 
avTOv, o^icog xe xaTayovTac, xal ev oXotq e16£€Ii <palvovrat^ <pv6£ig 
dh Tovrcov xal IdtoTfixaq eyQaips^ jtmg te deCfiovvTat xal Jtcaq 
EiKpiXo'/WQOvvTEq djtoXvovTai, od^EV ^igya tovTOtg ax^oq)OQa exe- 
xaTTEV, vXoTOfiEtp T£, cog loyoqj rjvdyxa^By xal xaTWfiadbv ra 
ax^f] (pEQEtv jtaQE^ia^ETo, cpdrjxoTa te (SjtXdyxvcc rj EJtcpdalg rj 
PoTavaig JiegeTid-Elg kd-EQajiEVCEV. aXX o yE d-sTog EC,Exiag d-Ew 
Eavxov avaTtd-slg xal jtdvra Trjg exeZ&ep :JtQovoiag s^agrrjOag 

TCOV VJtEQ <pvOtV TW ^oXoflCOPTt g)lXo0Og)7]d'EPTG)V CO hyWQTjCtEP^ 

This ^i^klop JtEQl daiiLopcov is the Test in everything but name. 
The latter is throughout concerned with bringing down demons; 
their forms, natures, and peculiarities are most carefully described. 
One of the chief purposes of the work is to tell how they are 
discovered in their lurking places and bound or destroyed. 
A special feature is the labor to which each demon is con- 



1 Krumbacher, BLg 281—6. 2 Migne, PG 139 489 A (=: P 95). 

3 Rec. C XII 4f. 4 Cf. supra p. 95 and p. 96 n. 4; Migne, PG 158 349 B. 



The title Testament. 



105 



demned, one of the most striking instances being that of Leon- 
tophoron, who is sentenced to the task of cutting wood for the 
Templet Cures by the means Glycas mentions are to be found ^ 
One cannot avoid the conclusion that it is the Test which is 
here described, either from Glycas' own knowledge, or after 
some popular account 3. That he does not name the title need 
not trouble us 4. 

(d) The next allusion is dubious. In the Decretum Gelasia- 
num mention is made of a Salomonis interdiction or as the later 
texts have it contradiction. In \h.t Decretum in the next line as 
a separate item and in the Collectio Herovalliana in the same 
and the following lines mention is made oi phylacteria, which 
contain the names, not of angels, but of demons. In pseudo- 
Isidor, de Muneris, a line intervenes between the contradictio 
and phylacteria. Probably, therefore, the two are distinct works, 
and the second is no doubt the Clavicular which is characterized 
by seals and amulets. We must at least postulate the possibility 
that the interdictio is the Test, since in this sort of literature 
there is a tendency to assimilate titles^. It is entirely possible, 
however, that the Test never became sufficiently known in the 
West to call for a pronouncement against it. 

(e) The most important notice we have reserved to the last. 
In the Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila the Christian says, 
Fvmd^i 61 lovdaie, on [2!oXofimv] JtQOOexvvrjOav ^ xai dxgida 
fitfgpagev rolg yXvjtxolq. The Jew replies, ovx Idpa^sv akXa 
ed-Xaasv kv rfl l^^Q^ dxovolix>g. tavra Je ov jieqiex^i ^ ^l^Xoq 
Twv ^aCiXicov, dX2^ sv t^ diad-rix^ avrov yiyqanxau The Chri- 
stian accepts the correction: kv xovxm yag eaT?]v JitCrojtoiwv, 
on ovx ev X^^Q^ l€lTOQiOYQdg)ov efpavEQcod-r] rovro, dXX' hx rov 



1 C. XI 7. 2 C. XVm 29, 15, etc. 

3 Glycas names Psellus as authority for the "contemning" of the books of 
Solomon; probafcly he means Eusebius, cf. supra p. 97 and n. 4, In this 
account Glycas is true to the character Krumbacher [BLg 380—5) gives him as 
being- a popular, rather than a learned, writer. 4 See below (e). 

5 Cf. E. von Dobschiitz, "Das Decretum Gel. etc.." TU (1912) 13, U. 332—5, 
84, U. ii2f., 74, 11. 242—5; cf. p. 319. 

6 See James in TSll 2 p. 9 on the convertibility of the titles "testament" 
and "apocalypse." 



104 Christian use of the Testament. 

arofiazog avrov tov CoXofiSvrog syvcod-r] rovto K This allusion 
is of value, not -only for the sake of the help is gives us in 
dating the Test, as we shall see in the next section of our dis- 
cussion, but also because the title appears here^ and from the 
reference to the locusts we can be sure beyond a doubt that it 
is our Test to which reference is made; we also see that the 
Test was held in high honor in Christian circles. 

(f) Summary: the Christian use of the Testament. — One 
might expect to find more allusions to the Test in early Chris- 
tian literature and more evidence of its use. But it was one 
of those books which circulated among the people without 
attracting literary attention. Moreover, it represents a passing, 
though very important, phase of theological development. As the 
world became more and more Christianized, it could not but 
prove unsatisfactory to Christian thinking, even in the revised 
form of Rec. B, and it had no vital attraction which could over- 
come the fatal weakness of its inconsistent combination of pa- 
ganism and Christianity. The allusions to it in Timothy and 
Aquila, in the Hypomnesticon, and in Glycas are all we could 
rightly expect in view of its character^. 



1 F. C. Conybeare, Anecdota Oxon. Classical ser. VIII 70. 

2 In connection with the title diaO^XJ] it should be noted that magical 
literature is perfectly familiar with a covenant which S. made with the demons; 
of. Schlumberger in Ret), des Et. Gr. V (1892) 87 dtaS^XTjv ^v ^Q-evto [daifioveg] 
inl fxsydkov SoXofxaJvOQ Hal Mixai^Xov tov ^QyuyyeXov^ the same is quoted 
by Wessely, Wiener Siudien VIII (1886) 179; see Atti e Memorie della RR, De- 
puiazioni di Storia per le provincie deW Emilia, N. S., vol. V, Part I, Modena 
1880, p. 177, Pellichioni, "Un filaterio esorcistico"; it was copied by Amati from 
a gold plate in a dealers shop, and is now lost. Vasiljev, Anecdota^ 332, has a 
reference to their oath. Bezold, ZA XX ^ — 4 (Aug. 1907) pp. 405 f., gives "Eine 
arab. Zauberformel gegen Epilepsie," from the margin of ff. 24b~27a of cod. (113) 
Sachau 199 (Konigl. Bibl. Berlin) which mentions the contract between Solomon 
and the devils. Strangely Fiirst translated the title Bund Salomos\ cf. supra p. 28f. 

3 One gathers a wrong impression from Dr. Conybeare's note {JQ.R XI 32, 
n. 6 to § 65) to c. XV 8— n: "This prophecy roughly corresponds to the one 
which Lactantius, InstiL Div.^ lib. iv. t. 18, quotes from an apocryphal Book of 
Solomon.'" Even more misleading is another statement {/^/(2f. 11): "The apocryphal 
Book of Solomon, used by Lactantius in his Institutions^ was so far Christian 
as to speak both of the birth from a virgin of Emmanuel and of the crucifixion." 
But the passage he evidently refers to (c. 18 32 f., Vienna Corpm XIX 359 f.) is 



Date of the Testament. IO5 

IX. THE DATE OF THE TESTAMENT Af^D ITS RECENSIONS. 

I. Previous opinions as to date. — Having studied our do- 
cument on the linguistic and material sides and investigated its 
sources and relationships, we are prepared to attempt to date it. 
It .will be an advantage first to summarize previous opinion on 
this point. 

a) Fleck regarded the Test as a Byzantine work belonging 
to the Middle Ages, but advanced no arguments to substantiate 
his conclusion 1. Likewise Istrin, who discovered MS D and re- 
cognized it as the basis of the Test, regarded the latter as be- 
longing to the Middle Ages (c. 1200), though containing pre- 
Christian elements 2, 

b) Bornemann concluded that it belonged to the early fourth 
century, since its demonology resembled that of Lactantius in 
his Institutions \ Toy accepts this verdict without investigation*. 
Harnack merely refers to the Test in this fashion: "Verschiedene 
'Testamente', so das des Salomo, deren Alter nicht zu bestim- 
men ist, und die vielleicht gar nicht in die ersten Jahrh. gehoren"^, 
Schiirer makes no attempt to fiK the date, but thinks the passage 

^from Leontius is especially to be considered in this connection 6. 

c) After careful investigation Dr. Conybeare concludes, "It 
is impossible to say when and where the Christian elements 
present in the Testament were worked into it, but the stress 



only a loose epitome of HI Reg IX 6—93, "with the addition of the phrase *'et 
persecuti sunt regem suum dilectissimuni et cruciauerunt ilium in humilitate 
magna" (zdid. p. 360, II. 32 ff.). It may well come from some Christian apo- 
cryphon (as Roensch supposed) which summarized O. T. history, or even from 
a Sook of Solomon^ but it can . hardly have any connection with the Test. In 
humilitate magna does not necessarily imply the virgin birth, while in ultionetn 
sanctae crucis {ibid, p. 359, 1. 10) presents an anti-Semitism to -which our docu- 
ment has no parallel. 

1 "Kst hoc monumentum Byzantinum .... Per mediam vero, quae dicitur, 
aetatem hie liber late sparsus in mythologiae Salomoneae fonte est habitus.'' 
Quoted from Fleck's preface in Migne, PG I22y 1315. 

2j?r. Spis^z Zab. SoL, i8f. _ 

3 In introduction to his translation, cf. Bibliography II i. 

4 JE XI 448 f., art. "Sol., Testament of." He evidently knows nothing of 
Conybeare's work on the Test, 5 Gesch, altchr. Lift, I 858. 

6 GJV III 419; cf. supra VII 8 c), p. 76. 



I06 Date of the Testament. 

laid on the name Emmanuel and on its numerical value, on the 
writing of the name on the forehead, the use of the word ravv- 
od^slg, the patripassian conceptions, all have a very archaic air, 
and seem to belong to about loo A. D." "In its original [Jewish] 
form" it may be "the very collection of incantations which, 
according to Josephus, was composed and bequeathed by Sol- 
omon" i. Kohler accepts Conybeare's results and, as we have 
already seen, regards our document as representing pre-Tal- 
mudic demonology^. Salzberger adopts the views of Kohler 
and Conybeare^. 

2. Conclusions. — Which of these dates can we adopt? 
Unfortunately there are in the work no historical allusions which 
can aid us. Yet one piece of external evidence immediately 
proves the late date adopted by Fleck and Istrin untenable, 
I mean, of course, the mention of the Test in the Dialogue of 
Timothy and Aquila ^- Conybeare's manuscript of the Dialogue 
belongs to the twelfth century, and he says of the work, "The 
title affixed to TA describes the debate as having taken place 
in the days of Archbishop Cyril, and to this date belong the 
allusions to the Trinity in foil. 75 v*^, loi v^, 103 r**. But this 
title really no more than marks the time at which the work 
assumed its present form." The materials are in part much> 
older ^. Since, however, we have no way of proving that the 
allusion to the Test belongs to the older stratum, our terminus 
ad quern must be set about the time of Cyril (died 444), that 
is at 400. 

As to ^^ terminus a quo we must conclude that it is 100 A. D., 
at which date Dr. Conybeare would place the Test^ regarding 
the Jewish original as still earlier. But what Conybeare regards 
as the "Jewish original" was a book of incantations, while we 
have found the original to be only a story containing no exor- 
cisms, as MS D shows, and the Test as such to have been a 
Christian work 6. The book which Eleazar in Josephus* story 



1 JQR XI 12. 2 JE IV 578, art. "Demonology." 3 Salomosage 10. 

4 Cf. supra Vlllsd) 2) (e), p. 103. 

5 op. cit. XI, XXXIV; cf. also LVI n. 2. 

6 Cf. supra VII 15, p. SyflF., VII 13, p. 85, IV 2, p. 32. 



Date and provenience of the Testament. I07 

used may be represented by the Hygromanteia^ or Clavicular 
it cannot have been the Test, for a Jew would not have used 
such a Christian work, nor is it likely to have been written so 
early. 

Can we now date our document more precisely within the 
limits 100—400 A. D.? We are left to depend upon general 
considerations of language and subject matter. In view of the 
lateness of our manuscripts we cannot be absolutely sure of the 
linguistic evidence, but, as we have seen, it seems to point to 
a time when the Koine was in full sway, after the New Testa- 
ment was written ^, which merely confirms the general conclusion 
we have already reached. 

As to the type of thought and the materials entering into 
the work, we come to conclusions differing from Conybeare's. 
The items upon which he most rehes are found to belong to a 
^secondary recension. The relation to the New Testament we 
: have explained, by supposing the Test to depend, not upon pre- 
Gospel Synoptic tradition, but upon imperfect, perhaps auricular, 
knowledge of the written Gospels 2. The allusion to the corner 
stone 3, which might seem to imply a date before the idea of 
Christ as the corner-stone became common Christian property, 
proves nothing, for in the fourth and the sixth century we have 
the applicaton of the same Old Testament passages to an 
actual corner stone*. Rec. B belongs to the time when Chri- 
stianity was conuqering the world, but the original Test to the 
age of Alexander Severus and his lararium with Apollonius, 
Christ, Abraham, and Orpheus on an equal footing ^ As Cony- 
beare well shows, its demonology is much like that which Celsus 
and Origen described 6. As it appears to the writer, without 
attempting to be too precise, the conditions of language and 



1 Cf. supra V 4, p. 40. 

2 See quotations above, IX i c), p. 106 n. i, and VII 11, p. 82f., 8a), p. 68. 

3 C. XXII 7f., XXIII 2— 4, cf. supra VII 8a), p. 68. 

4 Nestle, ExT XIV (1903) 528, "The Stone which the Builders Rejected," 
quoting the Pilgrim of Bordeaux and Antonius of Piacenza from "Itinera Hiero- 
solymitana," ed P. Geyer, in vol. XXXVIII of the Vienna Corpus, pp. 23, 173, 

5 Cf. mpra VII 15, p. 87. ' 6 JQ,R XI 7ff., i2fF. 



I08 I>ate and provenience of the Testament. 

and subject matter are best met by supposing the Test to have 
been written early in the third century. 

3. Date of the original Jewish ground work. — Josephus 
shows that ideas of Solomon's character and his dealings with 
demons such as are found in d (the prototype of MS D and the 
Tesi) were common among the Jews already in the first century 
A. D., although they do not appear in the Talmud until the 
third century^. Therefore d may be as early as the first cen- 
tury of the Christian era. At present our data allow no more 
precise date. 

4. Date of the Recensions. — Rec. A, which differs but 
little from the original, probably underwent trifling changes witii 
every transcription. The concluding sections (XXVI 8 — 10) be- 
long to Byzantine times. For MS L the same man was pro- 
bably editor and copyist, in mediaeval times. Rec. B may well 
belong to the fourth or fifth century, when Christianity was 
conscious of her conquest of the world, and her theology was 
being carefully formulated. Rec. C, although probably con- 
taining very old material, presents also much that smacks of the 
Middle Ages, and is apparently not much older than the manu- 
scripts that preserve it 2, It may well belong 'to the twelfth or 
thirteenth century. 



X. AUTHORSHIP AND PROVENIENCE. 

I. Authorship: Opinions. — As to the kind of individual 
who wrote the Test there are at least four possibilities: he may 
have been either a Jew or a Christian; if a Jew, either Aramaic 
or Greek speaking; if a Christian, either Jewish or Greek in 
origin. Gaster believes that originally the Test was written in 
Aramaic 3. Harnack*, Conybeare, and Kohler^ think it to be 



1 Salzberger, Salomosage 92 f. 

2 Cf. supra VII 12, p. 83 and VIII 3c) 4), p. 99. 

3 J AS 1896 p. 155, 170. 

4 Gesck. altchr. Lit. I 858; it is included under "die von den Christen an- 
geeignete und z. Th. bearbeitete jiidische Litteratur." 

5 See IX ib), c) p. 105 and ns. i f .^ p. 106. 



Provenience. 



109 



a Christian revision of a Jewish work. Toy concludes, "the 
author of the Testament is a Greek speaking Jewish Christian" 1. 
Schiirer held it to be the work of a Christian with "no Jewish 
places" in it 2. 

2. Authorship: Conclusions. — We have found Gaster's as- 
sumption of an Aramaic original untenable^. Our new materials 
render the opinion that the Test was originally Jewish likewise 
impossible. Only the ground work, d^ which was not a "testa- 
ment", and certain of the materials were Jewish 4. Was the 
author, then, a Christian of Jewish or Gentile origin? A final 
answer can hardly be given. On the one hand, the abundance 
of Jewish material and the Jewish trust in angel names, on the 
other the plainly Christian and heathen elements worked into 
the warp and woof of the document point in opposite directions. 
However, if the date for which we have just argued is correct, 
there is no reason why a Greek Christian should not have written 
the whole work, for he would be heir of both Jewish and Gentile 
materials and much more likely than a Jewish Christian to com- 
bine them in his faith s. In the third century also Christian Jews 
would be few. The probabilities, therefore, are in favor of Greek 
Christian authorship. 

3. Provenience. — So far as I am aware, no one has 
attempted to decide from what part of the ancient world 
the Test came — perhaps wisely, for no certain conclusion can 
be reached. Three regions suggest themselves: Palestine, 
Egypt, and the province of Asia. Much is in favor of the 
first, particularly if one think of Galilee, where Judaism and 
Hellenism were in the closest contact, and where Christia- 
nity took its rise and won its first conquests^. Again, as 
we have seen, some of the materials come from Egypt, 
and some appear in Ethiopia, which was Christianized from 



1 JE XI 449. 2 Th. Litztg. XXIV (1898) 4, col- "O- 

3 See above V 6f., p. 42 f, 4 See above IX 2 and n. 6, p. 106. 

5 See Deissmann's argument regarding the archangel inscription at Miletus, 

G See above VI[6e), p. 65 f. 



no Provenience. 

Egypt ^, while the only early literary allusion to the work by 
name is Egyptian '-2. One would think that the sand storm 
demon, Lix Tetrax, had originated in a land like Palestine or 
Egypt, where such storms were familiar phenomenal Yet from 
Ac XIX 19 we see that "Asia" was probably as much a center 
of magic as Agypt, and if its climate had permitted, we 
should no doubt have an abundance of magical papyri from 
that region also. 

Against Palestine is the fact that its popular Christianity 
was no doubt Aramaic rather than Greek speaking, while the 
Test, which is not the work of a leader in the church but of 
some uninstructed individual, is nevertheless thoroughly Greek 
in its language and much of its material. Against Egypt the 
strongest argument is the absence of Gnostic influence and 
of specific resemblances to the magic papyri. Against Ephesus 
or some part of "Asia" no decisive objections appear^. In its 
favor are the only two geographical terms in the document, 
Lydia and Olympus °. The very fact that the sand storm 
receives as its name two of the Ephesia grammata points — 
very weakly, to be sure — in the same direction. Like Egypt, 
Asia was a meeting place for all the currents of ancient 
thought. 

We are dealing only with probabilities; in a work that bor- 
rows so impartially from all lands, no marks are decisive. As it 
seems to the writer, the probabilities are to be ranged in ascen- 
ding order, Galilee, Egypt, Asia. Farther one cannot go until 
more light is thrown upon the whole subject of demonology, 
magic, and astrology, as well as on Christian origins. 



1 Hamack, Mission and Expansion II 179, but see above VII 8 b), p. 68 f., 
VII 9, p. 70. 

2 Dial, of Tim. and Aquila^ see above VIII 3d) 2) (e), p. 103 f. and IX 2, 
p. 106. 3 C. VII. 

4: Perhaps because Asian magic material is scant. Gnosticism was there, 
but less vigorous. The Milesian inscription offers => point of contact. 

5 That is, outside Palestine; c. VIII 4; Olympus might point to Greece, 
but other reason sare lacking. Where is the "great mountain"? Is it Hermon? 
Cf. I En VI 4, Montgomery, AITN 126. 



Provenience. Ill 

4. Provenience of the recensions. — As to the place of 
origin of Recs. A and B I see no possibility of arriving at a 
conclusion, unless Rec. B may be thought of as western on 
account of its western form of Solomon's seal, the pentagram K 
The manuscripts of Rec. C are so thoroughly Italian that one 
is tempted to suppose the recension originated in Greek-speaking 
southern Italy. MS D is, as we have seen, Byzantine in origin \ 
but whether from Asia Minor or Europe one cannot say. 



1 See above VII 14, p. 86. 2 See above V i, p. sSf. 



APPENDIX. 

A. Manuskript N with a list of variant readings, 

N. Library of the Greek Patriarchate, Jerusalem, Sancti 
Saba, No. 422; XV or XVI cent, paper, cm. iixiS; 
beginning and end of codex lacking; as recently num- 
bered, ff. 49^ — 93^. Catalogue, vol. B, p. 541 1; 

This manuscript I discovered while spending the winter oi 
1920 — 21 in Jerusalem as fellow of the American School of Ori- 
ental Research. I had called for the codex to examine the im- 
perfect copy of the Narratio losephi with which it begins, but 
in leaving it through came suddenly upon the familiar matter oi 
the Test As the first page of the latter is wanting, the title did 
not get into the catalogue. Indeed the codex is so abominably 
written that a number of its selections are not mentioned. 

As now bound sheets a — e contain the Narratio losephi^ be- 
ginning with C.I 4 2. Then begins a new subject and a new 
numbering, in a smaller but similar hand. Of this sheet a and 
two leaves of /9 remain. With sheet y the second page of the 
Test begins and it ends on f. 5^ of sheet 9/. F. 88 I found folded 
into the latter part of the codex. The missing first page evi- 
dently was the last of sheet ^ and in rebinding was lost. 

The leai'ned author of the catalogue remarks that the copy 
of the Narratio losephi is Xlav avoQd-oyQaKpov* It is even more 



1 %goooXvfjttTixr} pL^Xio9^^xtj, Iqxot xaxaXoyoq zcov iv xaXq ^i^kiod-^xaig 
xov ayiordtov anoaroXixov d-^ovov zu)v IsQoaoXvficov . . . xwdlxwv . . . vnd A. 
UanuSonovXov KeQafiSCog, 4 vols. Petrograd 1899. 

2 Tischendorf, Evangelia apocrypha, ed. alt. Leipzig, 1876, p. 461. 



Manuscript N. IIJ 

true of the Test. The copyist either understood Greek very 
imperfectly, or, what is more likely, had before him a manuscript 
which he read with the greatest difficulty, but which he tried to 
copy accurateLy. The result is a manuscript which often makes 
no sense at all. Not only are there occasional mistakes of haplo- 
graphy and dittography and constant iotacism, but cases and 
endings are constantly confused, words are wrongly combined 
and divided, and all rules of accentuation are repeatedly broken. 
Worst of all, v is added to almost any word ending in a vowel 
and even introduced within words. 

Nevertheless, since we already have excellent manuscripts 
of the Test^ this one proves to have considerable value, for, aside 
from the missing first page, it contains a complete text of Rec. B. 
It adds another witness to the long section cc, XIV 3 — XVI i, 
which is wanting in all manuscripts but P. It has the longer 
form of P in cc. IX 7, XI 6, XIII 3^ 6, XVI 4f., XVII 1,4, XVIII 4, 
18, 23, 2^U 31, 42f., XX 4, 6, 8 (in part), 13, 15, XXII 3, 8, li, 20, 
XXIII 4 (in part), XXIV 3fTf., and XXV, N follows P in every 
one of the four instances where it introduces a numerical equi- 
.valent for a sacred name (VI 8, XI 6, XIII 6, XV 11), and in all 
the passages where P improves the theology of the TesU espe- 
cially XIII 3, XVII 4, and XXII 20. This is sufficient to prove 
that it belongs to the B recension. 

However, in a considerable number of instances N does not 
support P. In a very few cases N follows Q against P, e. g. 
XX 13. In a number of places it supports C against B, e. g. 
V 4f. In VII 5 it follows C in a few words which P omits. It 
often confirms the text of A, e. g. II 3, III 5, XXII 11, 12, but 
especially in c. XVIII, where it repeats the peculiar word ^/g, or 
^i!g, though often corrupting it In VI 4—9, where P makes 
numerous additions for the purpose of reconstructing the theo- 
logy and perfecting the demonology of the section, N follows 
the A recension in the main. It is certainly much, nearer the 
original than P, but in some expressions, such as jtevrrjocri, ov 
ocal ^7jq}og xi^6 and x\q xg>v xaXcbg C^wvxcov, it prepares the way 
for P. In II 8, also, it seems a step nearer the original than P 
and in passages like 11 i and 3 {xal Xe^ofisvog) it suggests 

UNT. 9: McCown. 8 



1 14 Manuscript N. 

the error which led to diverse corruptions in the different re- 
censions. 

The most important contribution made by the manuscript 
to the text of the Test is in the concluding sections. Here H 
seems so prolix that I had lost faith in it and chosen the B text 
as nearer the original. Manuscript N, however, coincides with H 
in part and thus shows that P and Q represent an unduly ab- 
breviated text In this and a few other instances, where the 
textual evidence was evenly balanced, N has served as additional 
weight to tip the scales in favor of a reading I had put into the 
margin or has suggested a new reading. These emendations will 
be found on page 121* 

Manuscript N makes certain additions of its own, e. g. in 
XVIII 16, 22, and XXVI 5. None of them are such as to indicate 
additional knowledge in matters demonological or magical. The 
only one of any considerable size or interest is in c. XVIII, where 
each of the thirty-six decani is equated with ten days of a Cop- 
tic month ^. The copyists have not understood the intention of 
the interpolator and have confused and corrupted his statements, 
but it is quite easy to reconstruct the entire scheme. This matter 
adds another connection between the Test and Egypt, but since 
there is not the slightest trace of it in any of the other manuscripts, 
it is quite impossible to suppose that the original Test contained 
it. It rather shows what we might have expected had the Test 
come from Egypt. 

The chief textual fruits of the discovery of manuscript N, 
then, are the list of emendations already mentioned and the con- . 
firmation of the strange word qv^ in c. XVIII. But the greatest 
value of the manuscript lies in its corroboration of the general 
scheme of recensions and manuscript relationships already adop- 
ted. The fact that it fits in so well goes far to support the con- 
fidence that any subsequent discoveries will not invalidate the 
conclusions reached in the Introduction. 

The list of variant readings appended will illustrate the 
character of the manuscript and give the basis for the emenda- 



1 See Intro, above pp. 57 ff. 



Lectiones variae ex MS N. 1 1 5 

tions suggested. Variations merely of spelling, order, and stere- 
otyped phrases, such as xal sljtov, have been passed by. Only 
where they confirmed some disputed reading or were different 
enough to be of valye in determining manuscript relationships 
have they been noted. Otherwise it would have been necessary 
to print the entire manuscript. Even the orthography has been 
corrected when it was too misleading. Except where some other 
manuscript is specifically indicated, N has been collated with P. 

Lectiones variae ex MS N (=Sancti Saba 422) 

cum Rec. B comparatae. 

Incipit MS N (f. 49^) c. I 5, p. 10*, 1. 1 rffg yjvx^g (+ avtov) i^OfioXo- 

\ hoyovfxevoq vvxzbq x, fifXSQaq cum rec. B 2 fxoi B, om. N 3 i^ovcid- 

OH N I § 6. iyevero — N 4 |Ue — N | 7iQ0OSQX£OTe xaS'^ exdozijv ^ixe- 
Qav xal idod'i] 6 ;^«(>t? B, — N §7-7 2JoL ^aaiXtvq viov \ 3: t^v 

9 rce Tf ... a^a. x. 01x06. xbv vadv xov xvqIov iv t^ G(pQayl6i xam'^ (om. 
glos. de anuli signo) § 8. p. 11*, 1. 1 yevofi. ndXtv tdo^. U. 2 — 5 ixdXeaev 

^6 TtaiSaQiov 6 aoX. x. sSwxsv avtov xbv daxxvXidiov xal (p'^aaq avibv idv 
flfiEQav iniax^ xb , . . 6ax. [f. 49^ 8 sXa^ov naQd xvqiov x. Mixcc^jX xov aQX- 

'xal Xafi^dvvoL xb itedaQiOV xb Sax. x. <pdaag xb ;i;o;Af7r^v Saifiovtov Q-^xpaq 
x6 Sax. Inol xov ax^d-oq avxov xov SaifiovLov Xiycov dev^o 6 TtaQayevov \ 
xal firjSev 6iaXoyit,6f^evoq xb fieXXo aoi <pQdae § 10. p. 12*, 1 <pX^yov 
§11. 1. 3 T« QtiQ-svxa I ^ota. 2oX. 4 ^nl xov ax^&ovq t. dalfiovoq 5 xal 

^. . . SoX. — N I § 12. xal elnev 6 6. xb nedd^iov ' 6 nsTiolijxaq 7 s. xal 
Sojao) (f. 50^) aoi xb d^y. . . . y^q xal f/^ dn, fie cum A § 13. 1. 10 laSga-^X 
,(sic passim) | ix^ aov dvd^ofxsv | os dydyo) § 14. 1- 12 x^^Q^"^ ^- ^yccXbfievoq 
X. e'Itcs x<p ^aaiXet' ^aa, SoX p. 13*, 1. 1 T^fuv SiaTtoxa \ rCQbq r. ^vq&v, 
X. ^aa. aov debfisvoq x. x^avyd^o)v 3 fx^ avxbv dnaydyj^q f/.£ %. aoXofibv 

^, C. II. dx. xavxa b paa. SoX. avtov x. i^fjX&ev slq xd uq. XTJq ^a- 
GiXelaq avxov x. sldov 'S xaX, — N | %z, x. Btnev avxbv b ^aa, aoX. 
(f. 50^) I elq TtoTov t,(i>diov OLXslaai; x. finev p. 14*1 !• 1 61 iniBvfziibv 
x5>v ywatcDV inl yfjv naQd-svov xbv t,d)diov xsxXrjxoxaq 3 § 3. f tg — N | 
psta^aXXofievoq, jtoxh fihv bq avS-^ojJioq %xo)v inid^Vfilav svl nMov S-^Xvxbv 
svxOGfiov dTCrofZEVoq' dXywaiv ndw 5 ndXiv — N 6 noxe . ^ . (cum HI) 
ivpalvofiai vnb ndvxcov xwv at Saifxovlcjv xal Xe^bfxsvoq (1. xeXevofievoq) 
§4- !• 7 XTJq . . . dQxayy.: ynxaiiX. x. eIuev b ^aoiXevq aoXofxbv* vnb nolov 
ayysXov xaxaQyeXaai) vnb ovQEirjX «()xoEyy^Aoi; xi^q dvvdfisioq xov S-sov 
§5- P- 15*1 1. 1 r^e f. 51^ 3 yiaXbv \ %6. xb Griv6i0iv nQoaxpavaai xal 
i(pi^fiias fjLiv 5 idaofiEV dva<p^^o xaydi act § ?• 1. 6 riv^d^riv , . . ^oi\ 
inaQEScdXEOE x. aQX- Oh. xov ^XS-. § 8. 1. 8 x^xoq ix. x. d-aX. etc. c. B 

p. i6*, 1. 2 xaxeiv^ ovxoq etc, cum textu, //fy. x. d-^aav 3 xbipai \ xeXeTv 
§ 9. 1-4: xvQLOv X. d-. . . . yf^q aapad}S- 5 naQEivat x. '0. gvv x^ fiolQi^ 

7 6)6£ — N I ndvxo)V xwv 

8* 



1 1 6 Lectiones variae ex MS N. 

C. HI. ^el^epovk constanter scr. N | BeeL xdv ff(>xovrff tc5v daifiovlatv 
11 ov ftoc <pflq p. 17*, § 4. 1. 1 a>g etc. c. textu, fisyd^cog 3 n^dq aolo- 
fiibvza I § 5. o Je eUsv d ^aa. aoX. 4 t. S-sdv c. textu 5 d-edqi + zov 
. . • y^g c. L I SoLj f. 52^ | rdv adv d-^dvov 6 elq ifxh — N 

9 § 7. an^Tovv . . . ^avr.: ajtavtcc iyo) tiocco aSial. xal ifi^avi^o/ievoq 
^xaazoq zfjv igyaaloiv avxov 

C. IV. 1. 4 dri EGzi iy ifiXv ^riXdai 5 elvaty (b deandTrjgj i^ovX. 

6 sdei^i fiOL: iv xdxBi ^veyxs svfXTCQoatEv fiov \ xal exovaa ne^xaX^ 

7 Sifxaq: dejisle | svxQoaxov 8 § 3. avx^q , . . airf : avtoi Btpri (bis) iyd) 
ooX. § 4. 9 ^voaxaiXet | aeoo/^sTtEJioitjfzsvov p. 19*, § 5. 1. 2 etg ly-- 
yovoe oxoXeixoid^o avz. 3 ^ot eaTtr 1 qp^ayy^e § 6. 1. 4 f^s shal 
{— vo/iil^.) 5 fj.eXaxQ' I iwov 6 Aa^pewg x. <pav£Qd 7 fiXdnzoi 
7 s. xtfpfovpyot 9 noQiQovat p. 20*, § 8. 1. 1 avrjJj' (f. 53^) tto^. ysvvazat, 
o 68 2 ^tt>v^g «;ffp£Ov z. x. afjxov dv[^Q(bn)ov [xoX^^ov 3 § 9. ^f ^yh 
TtQoq avT^v 7C010V aazQOV 4 TtccvasXrjvov aaz^ov 5 tiXsov dtcoSsvdv. 
xal eiTtov iy(h aoX. TCQoq avz^v TtoXoq ayyeXoq xazagyeX oe. x, eItis' iffv 
^aaiXevq 6 § 11. Etg <pXe^tjv 7 azQaz, <pwv^aaq ngbq avt^v ^ItpetxQov- 
oai. 6 61 eItcev Xiyo) aoi, ^ao., vnb § 12. 1. 9 zb 8vofxa ccyiov icoijX 
10 6tb c, A I avr^v — N | stq , . . xav. om. c. W 

C. V. p. 21*, 1. 4 6alfjiova . . . TtovriQbv — N § 2. 6 dneiX. pX. ^Xetpag 
UQoq fie X. s<pri* zlq ^v xal avztav 7 § 3. ovxoq xsz, ovxoq (f. 53^) dno- 

xqI^t] 9 6 vtbq Ijq dv., dyo) 11 yrjysvi^v \ § 4. xal vvv zb p. 22* ' 
1, 1 ipmXevii iv zca ovQavbv c. C Is. 6id zbv 6Qax6vzQiv nai6aq 3 xal 
6 zov d-Eov nazQbq b d-Qovoq iaxlv xal zb «|. fisxQi- t^v oi^fisQov iv z<b ovq. 
6 § 5. iQcozav, X. aov yaQzd ^. 6LaQ. iv x. etc. c. textu 6 7t^oax<oQi^a€L 

xal 7 pa a. fj/x. ^x^tg cum C [ ^x^f^^"^ '^■^'^^ ^^ondzizav etc. c. A § 6. 
1. 11 6Ba. avz. {f. 54^) xal ixEX, avxbv ixT^^EOxai x. dnoXoyeZaO^ai zlq xaX. x. 
ixTiC^saxat zL iaztv § 7. p. 23*, 1. 1 xaX. nagd ^QozoXq' ei d^ fi^ na^d xa- 
xovQymv dv{S'Qa))7ia)v etc. c. textu § 8. 1. 4 6tcL zmv inl nXEiaxov aaxQwv 
xal XQiyafjL'^aq x, Sq ETixd, xal i(pov, x. 6afjLd'Q(a § 9. N c. P sed scr, notov 
ayyEXov, om. zov d-Qovov 11. 9 — 10 inl . . xarcv.: 8 Xsyszai yXavaloq 6 
inl {-lEQLxmv dvS-^dxwv (f. 54"*^ xanv, ^ xaXafxoq oxvQaxoq vnoxaibvxwv da(x6- 
6lov § 10. p. 24*, 1. 1 (fin.) dq ozb Svofxa xexX. xXdvoq 2 noz, z^{q) 

avQlaq EVQ. 6i6zi xaxsiva zd f^tsgri l^jJAotra ndvxoxe xaxoix^v xal iv n{av) 
Zip xbOfi^ n?.^v ovxVjfXTiVjXVQie (xov § 11. 1. 6 6Eafx£VGavzoq 7 dXri^iiq 
saxiv I d^itb 6i ae: eva 6e aEi \ ^^ //.s xaz, bis § 12. 1. 9 aL6riQov <po- 
QEG<xq dXXk . . . noi^aaq (f. 55^) 10 dvazg. z. noatv oov elq vnovpylav zov 
vaov zt^q OLXo6ofi^q 11 v6QLaq 6exa 6oS'fjvaL avxbv p. 25*, I. 1 avxbv ' 

2 s. zb 6aifj,bviov dafxb6ioq § 13. 1. 4 oocplav zavzriv z. 6ovX. oov | jgoyL^r 
xal xaXdfifia axvQaxoq Xvwv vnoxatwv 6 ?/ (ptov^ d6vq ntxQtaq 

C. VI. 1. 9 UQOGX. z?fq ivdo^bzBQOV xal inTj^mxrjaa avx. Xiycov 6 6h 
pEX^epov^'X 10 oi^x^q 11 fzbvofiav vnoXEXet^sv 12 oi^dvioq — N 
8 § 3. xal fisz' i/ih 6EvzEQ0q Xiya &dv ^yovv 6EvzEQoq d-ebq 4 xa^ib zd 
iv zagzaQw 6eafjid cum A p. 26*, 1. 2 iX. xal elq ^glafioq | §§ 4 — 9, N 
cum A I % A 'ci iaxiv tj nQa^lq gov 4 zovq 6aifiovaq \ dvd'^dnwv 

6 Elq inid-vfilaq iyi^o) \ iv noX. iyvQaq 6 dnoGxiXco | indyo) — N 
§ 3. 1. 1 s. bv . . . yho{q) gov zbv . . . ZQE(p6fiEvoq c. L 8 iyo) avzbv ovx 



Lecliones variae ex MS N. H 7 

ivsyyov n^og ( — ae) c. L iq)?f7iag xaxsTvog dia/jto) 6e d-slg avxbg and 

%bv ^v&dv xfjg ^ccXdaarjg § 6. 1. 10 ixetvog o vlog gov 11 t^g S-aL ttjg 
ig. 12 ov yaQ p. 27*, 1. 1, § 7. ^ Sh eItiov avzov av Sh TtoZov aazQOv 
oheetaai 2 hoitEQeiov § 8. 1. 3 tp^daov | tioIcov AyysXcov \ rov aylov 
TLfilov dvdfiar og ro v navz, $-, xakovfzevov naQa avQ-Qa>noig ip^aiazl Ttevztjx^ 
oi xal ip^fpog XP'-^' Igzlv 6e vdrjtov hXXrjVLaTl ifi.j zdv dsSoxdza^o^^ov. iav 
6h jMjJ zig zS>v xaXcHv ^wdvzwv d^xlaei zdv ^ksS-ec zd iiiya. ovofxav xov d-eov 
Ti}q dvv, (f. 56^) § 9. 1. 9 ^v . . . avzdv — N | ^XdXa^av tpmv^v ndvteg 
ot Satfi. dia r. ^aa. avxibv c B § 10. 1. 11 avzov inriQibxriGa \ ^ovXei 
i&<p. Xa^sZv 12 zfjv c. A | 's^rj . . . ^aa, 13 ^alaaalovg p. 28*, 1. 2 olx. 
\ Iq. etc. N c. P 3 ^iiSQag \ zovg (1°) 

C. VII. 1. 8 Ttpo , . . fiov: TtQog fis 13 inl TtoXXijg dvaaxdvxa fie 

nxfjce p. 29*, 1, 2 av^Qcc ixEivrj § 4. 5 xcLy<o f. 57^ § 5. 1. 9 axgo- 
(povg . . . dyQOvq: axQoxpmvo x* nvQ avzdv ehtofj oz-^ov x, iv nv^l dy^* 
10 olxovc ivfCTW^l^o) xal xaxdyot 1 1 vnodvojv ^fiigag ( — stg . , . xal) 

§ 6. ?• 30*. 1. 1 Ttotov d(Jx^ov oixsZoai 2 xov iv xov vorov Ev(Qi)<jx6//.£Vog 
i sidovxa TtoXXol xBv dv9-^. sxovxo elg x6 fiTjx^rjxsov 5 ^ovk' xdXXa* 

^aXXdX' fxeXx^X § 7. 1. 8 ^fiiXQizatog navsxac 9 xaza^y, 10 ?«?ff^A 
. P. 31*. c. VIII. 1. 4 zd dovxa /xoi xoiavxrjv i^. 6 fjXS-ov TtQog fis \ 
mvmXsxofisvaj efiOQtpa zd BiSst § 2. 1. 8 i^av{- f/aaa in fine pag.) f. 58^ | 
yd 6h dfiodvfiaddv slnov f/ia (po)v^v ^(prjcav 9 zcl Xy axoixsta ol xoofio- 

fxQdzOQEg xovg axSrovg \ § 3, xal dalv ol ngwroi \ iyo) eifii 6 vel ^ statim 
om. N p. 32*, 1. 1 xXo^dv § eoxl fJtaxlo. \ zexd^ri Xsyofievrj 2 ^ 6v- 
vafitg 4: § 4. S-ea 6 § 5. avzdv 7 «^|. and xrjq TtQoixrig 3 TtXixo) 
(bis) Xiyo) avxd (bSe xaxstg k^iasig i^sd-i^o} 9 dyy, zdv xaz. fis Xafxex^XaX 
10 iQ^iGig Q^6ov 11 xov xoitov — N p. 33*, 1. 1 ^aQrixnoL'h'^ § 7- 
1. 2 xoi ndvza n. fiax.: fidxw ^(^ttv zd ovofid fiov | svax. ne^is^.: Evxf] 
(lovog ^ax^GE x, TCEQijaxoLd-ivat 7Coi& § 8. 1. 5 fze^i^o)' ;fft)(>/5a> ( — ditofXEQ.) 
8 ^aXd-Tjovx I ordinem sectionnm habet N ut A p. 34*, 1. 3 qtjo^X \ 

§ 10. dvvafiig xaXovfjai' xvq. dviozB 5 xaS-s nagixoiv 7 Sre hxeXevaxcov 
dQT. Seafi^g 7} 6h dx. fieXXi^aEi] 8 a*? ^iX, — N | if/ol 6h xaxal dvxfig 
ircoi^Eifiolav zri{g) GOtplag 10 ixvog avxt^g 11 insid^ ovvxof/ac ixsX," 

12 X. ix. .^. . nevx : inel Siaxoalag 7ti]X''^<ov tcevx. xd fii^xog p. 35*, 1. 1 ^<p7jaa 
• • . xal dEtvwg yoyy^as xa xeXsaxivxa avz. xax, 

C. IX. 1. 3 N post S-edv (mss. CP) add. xov ovQavov xal xfjg yfjg \ ex, 
Saliiov 4 dv. /nEv: wg 'dxtjov § 2. 1. 5 Iddv avzdv elnov c. W | XiyEt 
c .. xaX/. xl Xiysig 6 xaXovfzai — N | ifiavxdv 7 noii^aaa&fxt: tieqc- 

nof^oai 8 noLF^aai: x^v avz^v exo) | o^av Sg: evrjav § 3. 1. 11 iyoy- 
yv^ev \*oi'fioi: ^filv p. 36* 1. 2, § 5. rjSov^: ddddeiv | ijxovGs d-eXm Se 
^ h M ^<^'vh ^f^^^ 4: ^o^ol 5 yiv. 6. fifji. 7 § 6. dm^iaig \ nXetov 
noQE-bofiai xal xd 12 ixnoiwv p. 37*, 1. 1, § 7. N cum P; . . . ov6h yaQ 
ovnuij . . inevxovxwv avxdv . , . iXS-wv elnov zdv i'Siov ovofxav ... § 8. 
1. 2 fiEXQtov ndXiv dva^o) ngog /xe 

C. X. 1. 4 fjXd-E TiQog fiE xvcDV* xd ox- i«fy. 7 §. 2. yEvofiEvog { dd^e- 
Ofiaxa 9 dS-EOfxaxa 10 xaxaax^ov p. 38*, 1. 3, § 3. zovg <pQ£VEiv dv- 
^Q^novg xovg xibv i/iatv 8 § 5. xdv XlS-ov tiq. fxsxaXevdfievov 12 § 6» 8g 
^ av iniaxQerpi^g xal dei'^i] gov 13 t^ daxxvXlSiov 14 ayaye f/oi Jxfe 



Il8 Lectiones variae ex MS N. 

xbv Salfiovav \ § 7. xal sdsi^sv ahxbv o dalficov rdv (bis) tcq. X. 16 ^veyscsv 
J 8. 11. 17ss. cum. P: xa 6vo . . . ( — ofxolcoq) . . . xriQSlTai , . . Xafji.7ta6a<; nv- 
Qoq , . . naQaniiinoi . . . texv. p. 39*, 1. 9, §-9. ^qov \ nEtdXov 4 ava- 
(pwQsocv ] i]v dh 6 XlS: ixsXvoq wotisq xegaalov zov d-vaiaaztjQtov dfioiov- 
f^Evov § II 1. 9 xaraQyeioai \ pd^tj iwv 

C. XI. 1. 11 TiQdq fXE ksovTog etc, cum P 12 Ttv. el/zl nv(eviia)xi /ztj6. 
§ 2. 1, 13 ^ya> ^e iv Tiaai p. 40*, 1. 1 xaxaxsi^s \ E(p6QfxofiEV 3 § 3. h- 
^dXw 4 Seiiezrixdv (f. 63^ da etfii \ vn ifzh Xsyeibv 6 § 4. r/ aov ^ 
i^yaoicc xal zi z6 ^vo/^d aov \ Xsovr6<pQ0v 7 § 5. ncoq ovv xazaQysTq 

8 ^x^ig 11 § 6. £te zd fiiyav dv. z. ^. oapawO- 12 xaxa^yt^ fzev zd x^q 
6vvdfiE(j)q GOV 11 l/(uv TioXXd rcad-Bv p. 41*, 1. 2 >;ara tov — N Z xa- 
xazaQyovaa §7-1. 5 avxbv 6^ zdv Xsovzo^QOva 6 slq anoxa-ipiv 

C. XII. 1. 8 ^Xd-E 7tQ6q fXE SQaxdvzwv XQixi<p. tpopEQOx^Q&q §2. 
1. \^ zQixs(paXov xal zqi^oXov 11 v^nia \ intdivo) xal xovg}EVw x. TcdXiv 
iv zy z^. fiov X£(p, vnoSvva x. zvtcxoj 13 zd six. — N \ x. Tp/?. — N 
p. 42*, 1. 2, § 3. oi<j)fiEV7iq I ?/ TCQoa)^LOZOv § 4. 1. 7 am/w | l'(7o> — N 
'4.Qafiiaq: + ScTrte xal daxdv ixEcas xal xaza^X^jd'slq xoGf/f]GZ^i dno z^q 'Aq. 
12 § 6. zl iazLV zd Svofxd aov 13 nXrid-ovQ. \ vabv, elxBv ydQ x- « 

C. XIII. p. 43*, 1. 1 xal TtQoq zoj xvqiq) xw &£<j} ladga^iX ixEX. \ ijX^E 
nQoq ixE 2 xal avzbv Xvgixqixov § 2. 1. 4 ^ d^ . . . (Tv — N 5 ixa- 
d-ELV . . . Hvza: xal E<p7^' axovaov zd xaz^ Sfts 6 zafiy aov 7 TtQoaxa- 

Q-EiGaq 8 fiaS'Slq § 3 I, d x. iXey^ai avz. P: — N 10 zlq si av: 

XLyE fioi naQd zolq dv{d-Q0}7i)0Lq Tt&q xaXelaat \ d^riQd-yeXaovQ-. 11 xa- 

S-£v6of^ai I xoafxov: + iitl zatq vvxzaiq 12 d7coazoxctt,6fzevoq p. 44*, 1. 1 Xiav 
avaxii^Qiaaq \ x. vvv fxe slvar- [isv ECfzlv \ dEXzrixd fxigrj \ ovx inoiijoaq 
— N § 4. 1. 4 azofxaxa xccXivodeafila § 6. 1. 8 notov ayysXov 9 (— vtco) 
zov ayy^Xov x. S-. zov xaXovfxsvov paQa<pdv, ...ox. vvv xazaQyovfXEVog slq 
z. anav x- ^^"^ • • - ^^^ iniyivoioxEi y. inty^dyjEi zoxe etc. § 7. 1. 12 efx- 
nQoad-Ev — N p. 45*, 1. 1 pXhuovaiv xal 2 Svvafiiv xal (f. 67^) xQa- 

zscoacv z^v SeSofxivTjv fxoi itaQd 

C. XIV 3, 1. 11 noXXaXq — N 12 ifid^^oiq \ zov ^e'lXov (f. 67^) 

zovxov 13 § 4. aTcd^fZE 14 i^dazat,£v 3? i(p6Q7jaa] 15 ^Qoq 16 x^v 
yvvaixav ixsivrjv p. 46*, 1. I , § 5. d'sXBiaov \ fxovov — N .2 xazaQO- 
aofXEva 4 avyyevsaS-ai § 6. 1. 7 dnEQ\ anxriv 10 noZov &yyEXov xax- 
aQyElri oe 12 ^at,at^6d^ 

C. XV 3j 1. I 5 iiXd-E TiQdq ^e yvvi} § 2. 1. 19 ivEitpvxoq § 3. 1. 21 iiE- 
ra/9. xal ylvoixai o)q 22 xal ylvo^at — N § 4. 1, 24 slq z^v asX* § 5. 
1. 26 ^EQOv dh naX. naQ avzdv xazdyofXEv x. (paiv. p, 47*, 1, 5, § 7. av- 
zyv dXEtaEGiv ZQEiq X. xaxadEOfiEvCaq fxe x^v aXXrjaov xal a(pQayLa^evoq x^ 
a<pgayld7jv § 8. 1. 9 awXEvaS'.: axEXEv^aeiai § 9. 1. 13 xcLxaxXeiq 

§ 10. 1. 16 noXXolq xaiQoZq 17 dfioioq wq iv oeiet vfi^ 6 ndvxa ^(laq xax, 
§ 13. 1. 25 aTtoaaepaJv p. 48*, '• 3, § 15. TtaQadwd-f/vai 

C. XVI. 1. 5 xal . . . dacft. — N 8 dnoSeX' XQ^^^ov x. d^yv^tov. 

hoiovxov Eifxl I xd dXof/eva x. vSazoq 30 § 2. Elq xvfia f^syav 14 ov- 
X(oq . . . atoftax.: ov ydg slfxl iniS-VfiO) am^azoq § 3. 1. 16 a()/(yv zix>v dai- 
(xdvov t^et xal ^aaiXEVEi Elq 18 axiyjiv (f. 71'*) ztvd ?^v p. 49*, 1, 1, § 4* 
(Jof«v xal — N 4 Svofxa dX. vazya* dnoax. dh 10 § 6. ^lafisS-: firida^ah 



Lectiones variae ex MS N. 



119 



C. XVII. 1. 15 ^Xd-E d(i^Q6q (xov 16 xs^oaTtdd-rjv xaXpc^v p. 50"*', 1. I o 
2 nvevfia ylyccvroq 3 ziov dvof^azwv yiy. § 3; 1, xaTat^Syst § A- 
12f. ^d fxeX, aojzij^ xaXetaO-aL naQ^ dv{d'Q(o7t)oig 14 £7tiaT^syj?j Tjvti^asi 

16 § 5, aTt£X?,Eiaa 

C. XVIII, 1. 1 f, ^IS-ov dfXTCQoq fiov X^ nvsv^axa 4 d^eQcoTCQ.. a(pqyy6- 
acDficc, 7CVQO£i6^y xv7toao)(xaxaf ^oconQoacoTia, dd^eonQoaojna, nzrjvoTC^oGiona 
§2. 1. 7 Tov xoG^oxQaxoQoq \ xov almvoq § 3- !• 8 aXX^ ovdh xaxaxX, 
^fjiTv p. 52*, 1. If, pro iyci) . . . Pva^ praebet N (pcc^fzovQ-iov xccXovfzai. ad 
marg. adscr. and xqlov TCQ(bxo(v iajq) 6Bxa{xov) 3 xqox. oxt^Xs^q) \ iyxX. 
'p.: iyo) xXr'iQoai axaq § 6. 1. 4 (faQfxovQ^fj xgiov* 6 tor. E<p7i' p a (1. ano) 
I a ^ 0)^ X' iyci) devT. xaX. paQ, 6 iyxX. BaQ. — N 7 § 7. (paQiiovd^ 
XQLOv y and x eioq X. 6 XQizoq \ dgazoiiX 8 xal G<p66Qtt ^Xdnzta | uQa- 
zooai^X 10 § 8, ndxo zavQOv and itQoJzov ecoq Ssxtxxov \ gonel \ Xi^fxa 
X. Gvvox^q X. ovvdovaq ixnsf^ncov I 2 § 9. ndxo zavglov ^ eioq x 13 xrj- 
QL^ovddX I xccl Ofprjvdaia (f. 74^) xogio inizeXdt \ sdv . . . dvaxo)Q(x> — N 
p. 53i i. 2, § 10. ndxo xavQov y' ewq x \ a^oSgai^X \ na^ioS-ftia P, nag- 
&si(j,vta 3 dnLad-. P, mozoxsQOv \ ^a7]X 4 a^odga^X \ §11. navvt 
Sidifiov «■ s(3)q ix eras.) a 5 0<pa6oQ 6 iTtinr^^a) 7 a(paSoQ | § 12. navvt 
di6l/xov aojq x 9 peX^s^ovX 

§ 13. 1. 10 navvi 6t6lf/ov y scoq t}' ' x ewq X \ ovQza^jX 11 idB- 

aa^dS' J xovQzai^X 1 2 § 14. ini<pri^fj (f. 74^ xaQxlvov fi | fxezcc&i 

14 § 15. inoKpriiiri xaQxlvov dno ^ h'coq id xai t]- x' \ hvZExazoq \ xavi- 
xoxati^X 16 X. z. X. dv. (P) — N p. 54*, 1. 2 nXvvaq 6d(pvaq 3 § 16. 
i7tj]<pr]fil xagxivov y ' dnb x scoq zbv X 4 aacpB^oQco^ariX \ ix^dXo) G lae 
, . . Sa^. — N, V. infra | aq (poQeaei inl x. xq. t] x. zdq tcqo z. ovq eld-tj \ post 
ava/^w^ib add. r//r nid-t]v SiaXvo). [leGOQriov Xeovzoq u and uqojxov 6(oq Sexa. 
axovGov, paGiXev Go(Xo}fi6v, xa dvof/axcc onov d^iXrj (pOQsoBL onotoq iaxcv 
zS>v dyykXmv xa dvoixaxa' laew' leXeib' IweXh' Ga^ccajv j^S-ojO- ^as (om. N 
supra 1. 6) 

8 §17. ^a)Q-o{no eras.) ^X 9 d&ova>id- . . . pijy&OD^X \ § 1%, fieaoQsLov 
Xeovzoq /?• and a swq tj' x 10 Asq. xaX. — N 11 ^ndyw: ixmwv, Svofxa 
6e [lOL QOxXid 12 Srt xoXel xaXXuo iozlv 13 § 19. /xegoqcov Xeovzoq y dnb 
EixovGxov X 14 xwfXEz^X p. 55*, 1. 1 xov/aszai^X | § 20. d-ojB- ndgd-t} 
and a Fcog dexdzov 3 nv^£z{Tlq) ivdzi]q 4 indxQ^^ ^^^ x^dxt]Xov x. 

Xsytov x^v Gnovd^v xavxi^v 5 dvax^QFi dnb xov nXdoftaxaq (f. 76^) xov 
d-eov zov vxpiGxov xdv S-qovov dvaxo)Q£L and . , . d-Eov 

7 § 21. &djS- nd^d-t] |9 and Td ewqx \ ^Qona^X 8 Gnaofiovq 9 onov 
^ av £VQ(o '0 Ecq zov ovq xov Gndx(ovxoq Etq xd dE^ibv ix xqIxov x. o^. 

xavra' iovdaQCjj' pa^wvvtjdoVTids 11 §22. d dydrj x. Sex. naQ&ivov y dnb 
Etxooxbv nQO)ZOv so>q I Bydo xal 12 ^oXdo^ix p. 56*, 1. 2 zovzov P: 

+ 6qxlQ(j} ge ^oXofidx x<xT]q (1. xazd zrjq) SvvaGZEiaq avimv dvax(i)Qi-Gov and 
zov oi'xov zovzov I § 23, 'Qriydq d dnd a eojq I 3 iyWj x[vql)e GoXofzwv, 
xa^' Qoh^ (xaSl-Qov \ xaQx, d^rj^tjXlov G<privEt.Qa(pa^}X' dvaxo)Qlv fxe 6ovqov 
4 § 24. ipavbfp t^riydq ^ dnd ^ (1. Oi?) xa scoq X 5 xi^^tj^ vovS^dd- 6 (po- 



I20 Lectiones variae ex MS N. 

vov^o)-^X 1 (f. 77^) § 25. (paoxpfi tvy^<;'^ oiTio n ^ ^^^ ^ ^ yQ(X}ii£t • 

. . . (>o()t|, d. ova{ova)Xdd^(^) x, TteQidiprj 

10 §- 26. om. N 12 § 27. clB-ovq axoQTf^oq p and la Fa>e rj x' tj' 

X' y' iyo), x-fiQi^ aoXofiov, xaX. i^&dda p. 57*, 1. 1 i(v)Xdfzvo xaaairriQ^m ■ 
I iipd^add 1 T. lox. — N 2 § 28. dO-ovQ GxoQTtio vy dnd rj xa €(oq I d rj 
x6 1'^- iydtj xitJQi^ aoX., dxzdfisv xaX. 4 vXo \ dgy. fiaQf^a^d)&, dxtofis; 
Sio)^. 5 § 29. xo^ccv to^oti^g a icog 1 \ iyd)^ xiiQi^ GoX,, xaL dvarQsB- 
1 GQ. x<xQ' dnodta^cov dvaz^sS- \ § 30. x^icc^ov to^oxov p died ri xi] ewg 
Xf 6 -q xc, xal ^TBQa SsxazoQ' iycb, xi^^i^ aoX.j xak. ivoS-, 9 aXXa^ok . . . 

ivovB- xal y^dipei x^Q'"^' ^^ § 3'- X^«^« ro^cbtrjg y and xp, X* otj x^ 

^iipri' iyd) x^qi^ 00X^^^)8-7] xaX. 11 vnaxixovq \ alfi.: ivfiw^Qccyxaq <piX(b 
12 ^ihv P (i°): iojX, (2°); etS ) d^rioxpiid- \ 6bq nlei zov ndaxovxoq 

14 § 32. xl^ri iyoxs^ov xsQUTOv Of] XTJ ^(p7]' ^yo), x^^i^ aoX.j aQnaqxaX. 
15 yQd^)ei elq <pvXXov Sa<pviq xoxo (pvfj dla^oq (-f fxibq eras ) xal 16 § 33. 
TOpfjid- xigaroq ^ y dnb i^ slxoazoq or] xd- S(pr]' iyat, x^Qi^ aoX., xaX. (no- 
men om.) p. 58*, 1. 1 as xavoartQ 2 fiaQ^aQwd- \ § 34. no ^ \}. ro8) 
iyoxai^oq za) y dnb elxoazov ngSzov ecoq X. b X E<pr]' ^yd), x^ql^ 0OX., xccX. 
?}<pi]aixeQdS' 3 noiS zoiq dvd-^ojnotg 5 ^0f]8eTz£, (pevyo) xal dvaxcogB 

xal dvanX^Qibv r]fx8Q(5v hnzd \ § 35. f/eosi S^rix^^'^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^'^^^Q ^^ 6 Xa\ 
%<pri* iywy x^^t^ aoX,, xaX. dXX6^Q)Qld; 7 vvxvbq q>ayi]Gaq xal daz6ov dnb I 
8 § 36. fxeasi' xr]Qfj dgrixdiov ^ dnb a ecoq Xj b Xp %(pr]* iyd)y xi]Qi^ aoX., xaX. 

^X^^^ 1^ § 37- /"E^'? 6q7]X^^'^ ? 7 '^^^ ^ ^tt>C h ZQiaaxoatbq ZQixoq ^sfi]' \ 
iyo), x-^Qt^aoXi xal. dy(s)XQ)V7]ov 11 anaQydvoiq xazk (pdgayyi 12 xovq- 
yoq' ovQyoq' Qoyoq* bog Sq 

14 § 38. KpafAsvod- ly&i^oq dnb a scoq J, b zQiax.xezaQ. ^£<pr]' iyd), x^qi^ 
aoX,j xaX. qt]^ (nomen om.) 15 a ^ /? 16 § 39. ^afisvbd- ix^i^oq B dnb Ta 
6(oq Xfb XQ. nsnxoq ^e^t]' iyd) (bis), xi']Qr]^ ooX., xaX. qI^ (pTjvbS- 13 § 40. 
<pa^8v6d- Ix^-^oq y dnb xa' X' o zq. ex. £(pj]' iyd)' xyiql^goX^ xaX. ptavax^d- 
p. 59*, 1. 2 ini^(pd-ovov 3 fir]Xzov' dgO-ovva' ivad- 6 vSQOtpovBtv \ §42. 
N cum Pj atque § 43, sed post xaxsxXstoa add. iiXXovq 6h slq dyyeta dni- 
xXeiGa, et in § 44 vsXwv pro <ptdXa>, el xbnovq slz-i^fiaGa . . . xXtS-eTvat 

C. XIX. N cum P. § I. GoX. b ^aa. \ navxbq dvd^Qd)nov xov vnb 
— dXov § 2. nag xmv paGiXecov x. y. ndarjg \ d-eoQelv \ Sod-, ^(xlv 
enQOG(psQaGL 66^a, xQvo. x. d^y. noXv \ x. noX x. dia<p. ixoixiC^ov nQ0G(p0Qdq 
slg zbv vabv xvq'lov zov d-eov x^^^^- ^^ ^^^ I ^vXa aenxd nQOG<pBQOfiev etq 
p. 60*, § 3- iv olq — N I adpa fj paG. \ iSo^a^ov xov B-ebv 

C, XX. 1. 7 ysQaq fxov \ Xsys . . . ^£<p7]'. 6 yspwv Xiycov § 2. 1 6 ngo- 
G(on . . . f^oi: UQbq ge elf^i ixoSi^Gov fie § 3. 1. 12 dXd-bvzoq inr]Qd)zr]aa 

xbv viov dXTjd-cog ovzcog l/et §4- 1- 13 om. naxsQa 14 om. inme- 

nX7]Gfxevog et n(axS)^a . . . paGd'evg 15 dHofxiza p. 61*, 1. i, §. 5, olv 
I dx. xov veov 3 dXX' elneV ovxl dXXa d-avaxcoS-irjxo) 

§ 6. n^EGpvzrjv I T. Sal/iova iXd-E^v xal dviiyytiXh^ fioc xal Xsyovxd 
fxoi odzcoq' iyo) 6s aoX. (+ dxovaag zavza eras) id^vfz. Xiav 6ih \ eIks fioij 



Lectiones variae ex MS N. 121 

0) miaQate § 7- ^ ^ ^'^* Tpeig \ reXevT^asi 10 avslel \ § 8. tavztx 
ovtwQ sxsi" (f- 7^^} ^ ^E cV'?" aXijd-tog ravza § 9. 1. 12 iXS-. r. yi]Q [fis- 
t(x<n^vai eras.) slg td fzioov fjLBxk xal xov 13 (piVtav xq. afia xccl elg tSp 
XQO^v a^. naQaaxofxe § 10. 1. 14 xbv viov x. vl6v aov xal inifieXovfiai 
ahvov 15 01 6s nQoaxvv* p. 62*, 1. 5, § 12. (hTtxdfzsd-a | aTid x. d-. 

6 § 13. elg xd 6v. x. xsS-. (c. Q) woxs ^cclveo&ai | inl xotg dv{&^af7t)oig 
{— (pvCBmg) § 14. 1. 9 ^ 10 iv fiia(p | fiiyEvtjxo § 15. cum P | 
(i)e axov jM^ I — dxovovfxev § 16. p. 63*, 1, 2 Soxovaiv ot avd-pQ>7toi peal 
'^EOQOvvxeg rjfiag Srt aaxe^eg inlTtxovaiv 3 § 17. ov ovxcDg dh 4 dXka 

; iXJtlTtxofjisv inl (ex diid corr.) t?)v y^v (Jirt 5 TtoXX^ 6 TtoAf t? : TtoXXovg 
' § 19. 1.11 ovx . . . Ttevd-ovvxa: sfieXXov inspoxav avxdv xal iXS-ovn^og 

fis d (iv{S'^Q)7t)og xaxa TtivS'og xal fieXXavdfievog xd nQoaconov xal n^- 

xov havtov x6 ahfia § 20. 1. 14 TtaQaxad'it^ofxai \ ruisQai § 21. 

1. 16 'ICQaiiX 

C. XXI, 1. 1 So^aQovaa xal avx^ xbv 2 ^v elxo66(xovv xexeXetofxsvov 
U ^6axs aixXov x^volov x. dpy. x. xaXxov ixXexxov ^vq. 3 § 2. Ude \ xdg 
f^vaipoQag 5 XiS-ovg xovg xifxlovg Sokeq Xvxvcvg cLOxQanx. 6 Xvxvixov 
\U^ov 7 § 3. scQid-Eidavofievo 8 X7]osi66xov \ TtXox^v Tts^iTiXefievtjv 

9 axadiov Sexd^i xav^ovg 10 § 4- N cum C 12 xal . . . yr^g P: — N 
; C. XXII. p. 65*, 1. 1 aTtEOx. 6h /Jth 6 ^aa. aQa^ojv dvdfiaxi dQ6dx?jg \ 
t^ 6h . . . ovxQ}g — N 2 paatXEv ooXofiwv xov ifjX, iSov ^xova, ndvxa tieqL 

oov xal Ttav. xa Ttipaxa, etc. cum Q §4-1. 14 EigrivEvasig Ttaaav d^a^iav 

1 xavxijv x^v dcxawa. p. 66*, 1. 1 § 5. vnoxExayftivoi vna^x^av aTioXiaig 

2 xal Tcaaa ^ y^ fiov — N 

4 § 6. dxovaag xal dvayvovg 5 nrv^aq avt^v 6 § 7. xal . . . 

avnJtX. — N 7 dxQoytav. fxiyag ixXsxxbg ( — xElfXEvog) \ Zvxiva ^dXofisv 
dg § 8. 1. 10 ot GVVTtovQyBv xbv XlS-ov inl zb avxbv '6xe dvdyrj xbv XlS-ov 
inl xb avxd) xal Xi&i^vaL avxbv inl xb nxsQvy. 1 2 r. S-efxax. avxoj — N | 
hetvog ndvv — N | § 9. fxvTjaB^Elg: yvovg N 13 dqdaxov 14 x^v \ 
jwera ae 15 § 10. inl zov 16 nvisi — N § 11. p. 67*, 1. 3 x. a<pQay. 
r. Saxx. cum H | inlaa^o) xai. t^v xapt. x. d-ias r. daxbv inl x^jv xafi. xo- 
filaeig ivd-. \ xd^sxat \ d-riaavQovg fx^ dno dXvGEig 

§ 12. 1. 5 T6xE\ zovzov N | xa zEXeofiiva \ xal . . . doxbv — N 

7 iJTtiax. xal dga dvvaxbv x. nv. x nov. avX. \ § 13. xal BqB^qov mecum 

8 evwTt. . . . nvo^g xadvg x, daxbv . . . insS; xb oxofxa xov daxov x<b Saxxv- 
XiSiov 10 xov daxx. . . . axofia P: — N 11 § 14. avaS-elg Evd-icog 
p. 68*, 1. 1 § 15. X. ovXQ)g iuEfXEv'sv 6 2 nXiov iv x. x^Q^ ^^' 3 § 16 
iniaa^Ev z^v xafi. b nalg x. iniS-rjxEv x, dax, inl t. xapt. 5 xal svtp. 
i66^a^ov 

§ 17. h 9 fiE § 18 1 13 nE<pvGriy.evog § 19. 1. 15 el^i b Xey. i(p^n- 
^ag p. 69*, 1. 1,.§ 20. val^ x-^iQi ooXofiibv paoiXEv, i<pinx. \ axav^coB-. 
(f. 88^) inl ^vXoVj o xal nQooxvviioavzEg ayyEXov dpxdyysXov 

C. XXIII. Einov iyo} aoXof^mv ^aa. n^bg avzov 5 ^£<piQEtv \ htrjza 
aXXa § 2. 1. 10 ax^oeig \ ^ovXel: + xi^Qrj ^aa. aoX. H § 3- ">'« dva- 
y&yEi as x, (pvaTjd-slg b dax. iv xbvxo x, vnoSsSoxev zbv Xi&ov p. 70*, 1. 1 
ed-Ezo indvQ) Elg zag yovlag zov vaov § 4. 1. 3 ^ ^id-sioa \ x. zd XoXna : 
xovxov ovx Iecxlv aXXov dXX^va xov d^eov xb B^iXrifiav xaxiaxvoai etc. cum P 



122 Lectiones variae ex MS N. 

C. XXIV, §4. p. 71*, 1. 2 o xlovaq vitBQfieys^ri ondSQa Sia rdv di^a 

4 paazd^ovxa — N 

C. XXV, ^aOiXevQ aoL (f. 89^) | rdv etSQOv dalfxovav xbv av il^dv 

5 ical av rig el x. xl aov §2. lO a^st^s^cd-ov \ xal ^/xow tc6%b fiev xad-s- 
j^Sfisvoq 12 § 3. Tivsvf^a ns^oxbv imp. 13 ss. iyo) . . . xaQdiav. iy^ 
elfxi d axXrjQvvag z^v xaQ&Lav (paQaibv xccl zBv d-s^anovtoiv avzov xccza x6v 
(xovia^v xbv iaQariXLxov. § 4. iyo) ixstvog 8 intx. . , . ot fzaxofisvoi (f. 90') 
tat paatXec lyvnxov p. 72*, § 6. 1 4, inoli^aa xazadiai^ai dnloo) xbv v\bv 
loQa^X xal iyevsxo iv xq) iyyv^etv avxovg iv rf i^vS-^a S^aX. disQrj^Sf 6 Q'sdq 
x^v &dlaaaav xal disns^aaev xovg vlovg t(<y(>a);}A 6 xozs . . . exeZ: naQrj- 
fxojv 7 — 10 § 7. xal disydvsxo xal ixdXvipsv xal sf^tivav 11 — 14 § 8, 
^XXa TtaQafxivai avzovg paaxdt^ov rdv xlova ^yovv xbv axstXov dv ix z^q 
i^vd-^ag d^aXdaarjg ixofxiaav xal wfxooav. . . . o d-ebg xov iijX Sg naged. 
^^dg dnoyeiQo aov ov . . . xovxov enl xfjg yrfg . . . § 9. . . . xbv (f. 91^) 
d^ebv xov ovvov xal xfjg yrjg xal . . . xvqlov (xexd Ttdar^v svn^emav xal ifi- 
V))az{fjv) iv . . . 

C. XXVI. 1 1, p. 73=^ x^g paaiXsiag fiov h yvvexeg xal aXXeg noXXlq' 
/jtoi yvvexeg ovx 2 noQevd-ec 3 ixel: ix xb paalXeiov avzov 4 ipovX. 
^o^das avx. TCQog § 2. 1. 5 fiot \ aof^av^rjv 6 fzoXoyov 7 dya- 
Ttag 8 xbv fieyav B-sbv (f. 91^) xbv xaXovfievov q. x, ^i. idv dyandg x^v 
naoQ-evov 

xlg 6b eat IV ri vnoS-. xovxo f^e dvdyyaae n^oaxvvslae xal TtoiT^aac; § 4. ' 
. . bfioiwd^g xolg e^^vleoiv xwv . . . -^fx. ifiij nvd-. ov6a/^(3g d-vaw B^eovg 
uXX. xal nagepiaoe hoc a loco cum H 

N cum H comp. 12 'SoX.: + xov paaiXewg l^X dvdyxaae avxbv ngoaxv-. 
vfjoai xoTg d-eotg ^f.iaiv xal idv fi^ povXtjd-i^ inaxovaai aov 12 avx& in av- 
T(3v corr. N 13 ofi. xoXg deotg fj/xwv xal xu) \ xal avtdg a<pd^ai vnb zhg 
Xdgag aov xal Xsyov iv ovo^axL oov Qa<pa x. fioXdy P- 74*. pio sec. 5 praebet 
flis. N textum hunc: iyo) naQsvoxXovv xoTg (l)spovaalocg 6id x6 dy x. naQ' 
&6VOV xavxrjv x^v ajgaiav elg vneppoX^v xal xaX^v x^v Utpiv atpodga xal 
elvat alytgC?) dyad-ijv ivomov fxov. xal einsv ngog fxe' dd^dafxixog fxovlaxlv, 
fiaaiXeVj xal xocfiTjS^^vat ^exd f^ov eS-vr} dXXoxQidj' dXXd TiQoaxvvTjaov zotg 
d-EOig xov naxQog f^ov xal ISov xal iyo) 6ovX(ji) iv<bni6v aov. ^Ev 8e xo m- 
ozetvai /U37 inexaS^oav /xrj Si^ oXr^g xfjg vvxxog XiytoV 7ic5g AaAfZg dyanav 
(AB xal ovx dxoveig x^g <po}v^g x^g 8ovXri{g) oov. El yovv povXy TiQoaxwfj- 
oai xoTg d-sotg xov TtazQbg fxov^ fii] eox(o aot oxoXiov xovxov Xdpe dh iv t§ 
X^tQL aov dxQideg f xal aggag a(pd^ov Zncog (f. 92^) Xriypeig ^e elg ywai- 
xaV xal eao^ai iyo) xal d Xaog fxov fxexd aov. iyoj 6h 6 xdXag oi)g Size- 
Xog (sic) xal ovShv Eg/XTjaa x7/g dxgldog xb al(xa xal o<pd^ag fig xdg %el- 
gag f^ov iv ovoftaxi (xoXbx xal ga<pd elitcbv xal ^Xapa xfjv yvvaixav xal liyov 
avz^v elg xbv olxov x. paa. /xov 

p. 74*. § 6. N cum P. i^ ov . . , MoXox- ^<^^ ^"^ ^^ Bivat fxe iv avx^ 
^viyyaaev tj yvvrj ixslvt] oixodofifjaai vaovg xoXg padX xal f^ga iyo) xbv ga- 
<pdv X. xbv (xoXby 

§ 7. N cum H. TidvT} — N | ccittJv -\- xal dniaxij xb nvevfxa dn 
€(vxov did xb Ttogevd-^vac fie dxclao xfjg dS-e/ilag /xov \ xal iaxoxMrj to 



Manuscript E. 1 23 

7iv. fiov xal iajeoQTtlad-yjv to ansQfia fxov x. ido&. rw SovX(p (xov le^opafc 
Ssxa CTcrJTCXQa, xa Sh 6vo GxrjnxQa aTtoftslvavxsg nQoq fxs 6ia daS x6 nva 
(1, xov TiQa) jwov 6ia xovxo dksijasv 6 S-sog seal xa 3vo ax^nx^a I'aae x6 
nsSiov fiov xovTCDV acv7]xav nccQid-evxa (sic) fxot vno xmv 6aL(x, seal ifivrjad-rjv 
'on ^6aa SL710V aXti^(5q eljtov 6<pTjaa yd^ fiOL tcbqIxovxwv' vno x. x^^^ccg fxov 
dufdxei xeXevvfjaai xal ixXelnrj ix nQooihnov xov {rjXlov) 

§§ 8 et 9. N cum H. xoTg trjX xal d(prjxav avxTjv elg fxvfjft, oxi n^o 
tsX, fiov {laxagtovos (is Sars ovv <pvXax^rjvai xrjv diaS-i^xijv fiov TtQoq ^{xaq 
(p. 75*) (ivax. fisy. (f. 93^j xatd navxo^ dxaO-d^zov nvc, coaxs ytvojaxstp 
vfiaq I ia^ariX vnoxd^s ^7t' i^uh itdvxa xa daifi, toaxe elvai a(pQayX6a \ 
xavxa ovv . . . 6axx. xov d^eov (§9) — N | itQOGexa^ei uQoq xovq nQaq \ 
h> iXyfi — N I ov vno d-gSvov ad finem om. N, sed add. oj nQsnet xLfxrj xal 
ngoOxvvriGtq slq xovq alaivaq xwv al<bvo)v' d^'^v 

B. Manuscript £. 

A Narrative Concerning Solomon the Prophet. 

E. Library of the Greek Patriarchate, Jerusalem, Sancti 
Saba, No. 290; XVIII cent, paper, cm, 17x21,7; 204ff.; 
unpublished. Catalogue, vol. B, p. 415. 

The first one hundred thirty-eight leaves of the manuscript 
were written by Gerasimos, a monk from Chios in 1719 at the 
^ovri xov ayiov £v66B,ov jtQogy-^rov 'H?dov rov SsC^irov (f. 48^ and 
139^), probably, therefore, at Mar Elias near Jerusalem. The 
"Narrative Concerning Solomon", however, is in a section of the 
book which was written by other, and it would appear to me 
somewhat older hands, although nearly every work in this latter 
part of the codex is strongly marked by modern Greek forms. 

The "narrative", found on ff. 177^ — 191^ is in a clear strong 
hand, comparatively easy to read. It is not free from errors, but 
is immeasurably superior to MS N, to those of Rec. C, or even 
to L. It is unique in that it is not merely marked by occasional 
late Greek forms, as are several of the others, but is entirely 
written in Modern Greek of a style much more colloquial than 
modern newspaper Greek. Aside from its relation to the Test, 
it has some value as a sample of colloquial Greek of the XVII 
or XVIII century. 

Its nearest relative is MS D. In other words it is not a 
"testament" at all, but a story. Certain sections read like a 



124 Manuscript E. 

paraphrase of MS D into Modern Greek. Indeed, it occasionally 
uses the very phrases of D, for example in D c. IV 6 — 9, I3f., i6K 
Moreover it follows the outline of MS D", beginning with the story 
of David's sin, and then recounting the beginning of the building 
of the Temple, the favorite slave's difficulty, the capture of Or- 
nias, the sending of Ornias and the slave to capture the demons, 
and their work upon the temple \ All of D cc. IV — VII 3 is 
repeated in E, often almost word for word^ From this point 
on, however, E parts company with all the other accounts. It 
tells how Samael was examined and replies and is set to work 
in exactly the manner of the Tes^^, Then it goes on to narrate 
how, after the Temple was finished, Solomon shut all the demons 
up in vessels, how the Temple was dedicated, how later the 
Chaldeans came and released the demons, and how later still 
Jesus came and by the cross overcame them all, adding that this 
was the symbol engraved on Solomon's ring and that anyone 
who properly uses this sacred symbol may escape all their 
attacks ^- 

The differences between E and D go still farther than this 
conclusion. The resemblance between the introductory sections 
telling of Solomon's parentage is after all superficial. The ac- 
count of the devil's frustration of Nathan's attempt to forestall 
David's sin (D c. I 4—6) is entirely lacking in E and the account 
of Nathan's parable and David's repentance is quite different^. 
When (D c. Ill 4) Ornias and the slave are sent to bring in the 
other demons, they bring Beelzebul, who is examined as in the 
Test. Here MS E uses material from the accounts of both Beel- 
zebul and Asmodaeus, in something like this order, Test cc. Ill 6, 
IV I — 3a, V8f VI4, 7f., 9 (part). Then it resumes the matter 
and order of D (c. Ill 8) I 

There are fewer resemblances in language between E and 
the Test than between D and E, and yet in the account of Beel- 
zebul the same words are often used and the likenesses are such 



1 E, c.;v 3—6, 8ff, 2 E, c. I— IV I, 12. g E, c. V— IX 4. 

4 E, u. IX 7—10. 5 E, cc. X— XII. 6 E, c. I 6— 9- 

7 C. IV II ff. 



Manuscript E. 12 C 

as very strongly to suggest some kind of literary dependence. 
This is particularly true if one omits the account of Onoskelis and 
Asmodaeus from the Test, an account which breaks into the very 
middle of the examination of Beelzebul (cc. Ill 7 — VI i a). On 
other grounds also this appears like an interpolation, for only in 
. these chapters does Beelzebul figure prominently. 

Just how it comes about that some traits which plainly be- 
long to Asmodaeus are ascribed to Beelzebul it is difficult to 
explain. That Raphael and the gall of a fish called yXiavoq be- 
long to Asmodaeus cannot be disputed^. It is plain also that 
the writer ofE is combining two accounts from the fact that in 
two separate places he introduces the means by which the demon 
is to be laid 2. He must have known two descriptions of the 
chief demon and he preferred the name Beelzebul because of 
its use in the Gospels. MS E is more definitely Christian than 
any other of these documents. 

We have in our manuscripts a "synoptic problem" rendered 
even more complicated by the discovery of E. The resemblances 
in phrasing and in order are too close to permit of an oral theory, 
but on the other hand, the differences are such as to preclude 
the conclusion that the Test was derived directly from either D 
or E or either of them from the other. Rather we must go back 
to an original "narrative", d which included a brief account of 
Solomon's parentage, the building of the Temple, the capture of 
Ornias, the use of demons in the building, the incident of the 
father and son, the gifts from foreign monarchs, the letter of the 
Arabian king, the capture of Ephippas, and the placing of the 
cornerstone and the aerial column. This d possibly had also 
some reference to Samael, for he appears in both E and D. 
Both the introductory account of Solomon's birth and the con- 
cluding reference to Samael where developed differently in the 
two editions. 

E steps in to make the connection between d and the Test. 
In c. XVII is a nameless demon whose "work" is exactly that 
of Samael in E and who is frustrated in the same way, by the 



1 E, c. IV 7. 2 E, c. IV 7 and 9. 



126 Manuscript E. 

sign of the cross ^. The demon is, moreover, "shut up . . . like 
the other demons" (XVII 5), an idea especially prominent in £2. 
As the Test, which was ex hypothese written by Solomon, could 
not tell of the future escape of the demons from their vessels, 
the writer had a demon foretell it and the power of the coming 
Son of the Virgin to overcome them again (XV 8 — 12), all of 
which is given in much fuller detail in E. The relations may 
be explained by supposing E to be based upon e, a manuscript 
derived from d and forming the original also from which the Test 
was developed. E, of course, represents a considerable expan- 
sion of e. A great deal of liberty must be allowed to editors 
and copyists in such literature as this. This will explain changes 
and omissions of all kinds. The use of various sources is also 
to be expected. In one passage E mentions Jeremiah, Baruch, 
and Abimelek, and evidently depends on the Paralipomena of 
Jeremiah ^. 

In the transcripton of E which follows^ I have tried to be 
as faithful to the manuscript as possible, only correcting obvious 
errors and not trying even to introduce consistency. 



1 E, ^. IX 8 f. 2 E, u. X 2. 3 E, c. XI if. 4 See pp. 102*— 120* 



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AIAOHKH 20AOMS2NT02 

9 

TEXTS 

WITH 

CRITICAL APPARATUS 



Sigla et compendia in apparatu critico et in textu adhibita 

Uncis rotundis ( ) circumduxi vocabula vel litteras, quae in codice compendio 

scripta sunt, velut {^f^iQa) == 6. 
Uncis rotundis ( ) in apparatu critico circumdedi numeros sectionum interpreta- 

tionis it Conybeare scriptae. 
, Uncis fractis ( ) circumdedi ea quae in codice perierunt vel a scriptore omissa sunt. 
Uncum fractum <; post vocabulum posui cuius terminatio a scribente omissa est. 
His signis '"' inclusi lectiones in suspicionem vocatas, ubicumque errorem pri- 

marium vel interpolationera praesuppono. 
Asteriscu * in textu apparatuque insignivl manuscrfptorum editionumque initium 

et paginarura numeros. 



+ vel add. = addit, addunt 




i. q. = idem quod 


~ vel om. = omittit, omittunt 


1. = lege(ndum) vel linea 


cf. =a confere(ndum) 




leg. =9 legit, -unt 


cod(d). = codex, codices 




MS (ms.) = codex manuscriptus 


conj, = conjicit, ^unl {quidam 


scrip tores 


MSS (mss.) = codices manuscripti 


recentiores) 




n. ^ nota 


cor(r). == corrigit, -unt 




pr. = praemlttit, -unt 


ego = proponit editor 




rec. = recensio 


exp, = explicit, -unt 




s., ss. =i sequens, sequentes 


f.,iF. = folium, folia 




tr. = transpone(ndum), -it, -unt' 


inc. = incipit, -iunt 




V. = vide(ntur) 


ins. =1 insere, -it 


fa 












A = Rec. A, i. q., MSS HIL I = 

B = Rec. B, i. q., MSS PQ(N) 
C := Rec. C, i. q., MSS STUVW L -- 

C° = narratio altera de Onoskelu ex N = 

rec. C 
D = Dionysii monasterii (Athos) P == 

cod. 132, cf. ^upra p. 10 
E s= Monasterii Sancti Saba (Hierosol.) Q = 

cod. 290, cf. App. infra p. 125 
H == Holkham Hall, cod. 99, cf. p. 1 1 S = 



Bib. Nat., Suppl. grec cod. 500, 

cf. supra p. 12 

Harl. cod. 5596, cf. supra p. 13 

Monasterii Sancti Saba (Hierosol.) 

cod. 422, cf. App. infra p. 112 

Bib. Nat,, Anc.fonds grec, cod. 38, 

cf. supra p. 1$ 

Andreae monasterii cod. 73, cf. 

supra p. 18 

Vind. Phil.-graec. cod. 1 08, cf . p. 1 8 



Sigla et compendia 



T = HarLcod. 5596fiagmenta, cf.p.18 | d ==, de li daemonis, Cd, cf. supra p. 1 9 
U = Bib. Ambros. cod. 1030, of. p. 20 ° = narratio alt. de Onoskelu, C^ cf. 
V = Bib. Bonon, Acad. cod. 3632, cf. 

p. 21 
W = Bib. Nat., Anc. fonds grec, cod. 



2419) cf- P- 25 
= corrector 



p. 19 
r = phylacterium , H^, L^, C, cf. 

pp. 19, 25, et n. I 
a = descriptio altera de XII signis, cf. 

p. 23 et n. I 



Bn = Bornemann, versio, cf. Biblio- 
graphiam 
Bncn = Bomemann, "Conjectanea" 
Cr = Conybeare 
Fl = Fleck 



Fii = Fiirst 

Is =s Istrin 
Mg = Migne 

tr =^ versio, velut Mgtr = versio in 
Ts/i.ignt,Pairologia ^aeca, vol.122 



AIA0HKH 20A0M2NT02 

HIPQ EvXoy7]rbg el, xvqib o d'soi^, o dove, rw ^oXofxcopzi xijp 
h^ovoiav ravrr^v col do^a xal xgdrog slg rovg aicovag' d^i'^v- 

PQ I. Kal idov oixodofiovfievov xov vaov Jtolhcog ^laQovOaXr^fe 

5 HI I. Kal idov avotxodoiiov^ivrjg rrjg IsQovOa^Tjfi xal egya^o- 
(ispcov z^v xeyvLTOiV, eV jiaidlovexoyp JcQo^vfilap fieylorrjp ejtlzrjp 
wv vaov oixodofiTjVj og sjcoisi rovg rsxt^irag JtQO&vfiorsQovg ngbg ig- 

L I. BovXo^BVog o ^oloficov vlog Aavsl6 avaxxioat xal olxo- 

6o(irj<iai ttjp JSicoPj xeXevcfag xara xojtov xal xaxa yjDQav xov ovvax- 

10 d-^vai xEXvlxag dvdQag xov egya^ecd'ai elg xov vaov xov d^eov, fiaaov 

de xcov xsxvixSv tjxov 6vag veog JtoXXa a^iog xal JtoP.krjv jrQoB^fiiav 

lymv xaxa XTjg olxodo(irig xov d'slov vaov' 6io xalajto xov ^aOilicog 

VW I. 'EQya^ofisva)V dh xSv xexvixwv eig X7]v xov vaov oixodo- 

{ii]v r/v xtg 8XEC0E Jtaig viog aXxi^og Cfpodga xal aQxtxBXvixrig^ ov 

^5 riyojta 6 ^aCiXevg Jtavv 6ta x6 slvai avxov (pgivifiov xal EJtieixrj. 

Titulum primarium eruere iion possum: v. conspectum titulorum codd, mss. 
infra, pp. 98"^ s. Benedictionem vel doxologiam scr. mss. HIPQ; app. crit. v. 
infra, p. gg*. 

Parallela ad c. I cf. infra in ms. D II i — 18. 

MSS PQ = Rec. B: c I, 1. 4 inc. ms. P in f. i^; Fl p. 113, Mg col, 1316; 
ms. Q in f. ii'^; Is p. 29. (2) (K)al Is (Q) | oixovofxovfifivov P | Is^oaoXv- 
iitov P, %^oaoX^fz Q 

MSS HI =- Rec. A: c. I, 1. 5 inc. ms. H in f. i^ ms. I in f. 78^ ^v 
yuQ naidlov bV sxotv H | e/ov Is (p, 2g n. i) j snl zfjv olx. z. vaov H | 
't dg . . . ^Qyaolav I, xal iiv didycav ataze noiovv x. xsy. nQoq t^jv i^y. 
7(Qodv^ojq H 

MS L: c. I, 1. 8 inc. ms. L in f. 8^ col. i 

MSS VW = Rec. C: c T, 1. IS inc. hae line?e ms. A' in f. 436^ ms. W in 
f. 266^ fin. initium mss. VW v. infra, Rec. C, p. 76*^ 14 ^^• 6i xiq V 

15 ay and. V | intetxri V, dnioi^v W 



6* x6 naiSLov seal 'O^vlag I? 1—2 

PQ xal kgyaC^ofiEVcov xmv xE%vtx^v havrw, 2,fiQXsro 6 Ogviaqxh 
6ai(Xovcxov xara riXiov dvOfiag xal * aXafi^ave xo ?]fii0v xov^todov 

HI yaclaVj xal ol axovovxsg eyatQov Jtdvxeg eJtl x^ xov icatdoc, 
Jigod-vfila, T]v 6e ayatitmiiBvoq ayav Jtag sfiov ^olo^ojvxoqj xal 

5 kXafi^ave Jtaga Jtavxag xovg X8%vlxag diJtXovv xov fiicdov xal 
xa Cixidia StjrXa. xal auti^Bvov xaiQcov xal sv^QaivofiBVog syw 
2oXo(iSv xal EvXoycov xov d-eov sjil x^ xov vaov olxodoft^, 

2. ^d-ovriCavxog 6s xov 6alfiovog ejtl xfjv xov jtaidog jtQo- 
d^vfiiav, riQXBxo xad- ixaOxrjv rjfiBQav daifcov xal * Hafi^ave 

10 TO ijfiicv xxX. 

L JcoXXa 7]v ayajtw^Bvog, xal xa dixla xal xov (XKSdov dijtXovv 
iXa^^avev pjihg xavxag xovg xB%VLXag' xal sxaiQBv 6 ^aCtlBvc. 
BJtl X7]v xov Jiaidog xgod^vfitav. 

2. ^d'Ovrjd'Blg 6b VBcoxegogvJto xov6alfiovogy ^gxBxo dogaxog 

15 VW ejtsfijte 6b avxov auto xrjg xgajtB^7]g avxov ^gcofiaxa xad-^ 
ixa0X7]v o "^ ^aCilBvg xai bv xm 6BljtV€p d:JtB6i6ov dvxov xov 
/iidd-bv ejtl xo 6iJtXa6iov, 

2. Tovxo 6b xo Jtai6agiov JtBgl'i^Uov6vOfiagBJtlBC,BxovJt6x<^Xe~ 
Jrov 6alfiovog ^Ogviov Xsyofiivov, hXaii^avB 6b xo xolovtov 6ai[i6rcov 



MSS PQ =a Rec. B. 1 xex^i^vajv ^ avzG> Q: isyVf cV ai)tovq P, re/, ev 
avTolc. Fl, xBX-i iv avtolq BnMgtr | § 2. JJ^/fTO ego: E^;(CTo:i (Fl) in ^Q^BXai 
cor. P^ (e)(>;ceTO Is(Q) 2 daif^ovtxdv B: in Sccifiovwv con: Y^^Yl | dvOfAaqQ, 
l)r. tag P, 6eofia<; (dvofidg) Fl 

*MSS HIPQ = Recc. AB. 2 x, (xtad^ov — A 

MSS HI => Rec. A. 3 ot . . . TiQod-vfxla I: xovg dxovovtag coaxs yalQBiv 
ndvxag inl x^v x. n. TC^odvfilav H 4 dh pcall \ ijytxTtifisvog Id \ ayavh 
)dav H I naQ* ifiov I: vno xov H 5 Smlov I 6 aixlSia conj. Diels: 

aixeldia I, OLxridia Is, ataxldia H | inifisvov ego: ins^avev H, rifiow I | 
xal . . . 2oX. — H 7 x^v x, v. olxoSofi/jv PI 

§ 2. 8 ^TTt — H 9 ^fxigav 6 datfi. — H | =*■ cf. textum rec. B, 1. 2 
to post ^jfiiav textus recensionis A cum rec. B includitur 

MS L. 11 noXXa ^v ego: noXX^v ms. 12 syjxcQOV ms. 

MSS VW-=Rec. C. 15. 16 ay}xdv mss.: 1. avxS) 16 * W f. 267'' 
§ 2. 19 6ai[xovog'. SaifiovLov V | ^Oqv. Xey.: dvofiart 'O^vlov V 



I, 2 x6 Ttaidiov xal t>^vl<xg 7 



HIPQ ^rov JtQCOTOfiatdtoQog ^atdagiov ovrog^ xal xa rjfiicv dtria, "^ 
xal ed^tjXa^e xov avrlxeiQOV xrjq 6s§iag avxov XBiQoq * iq) kxd- 
6rfjv riiiiqav. xal sXejtxvvsxo xo jtatdiov ojtsQ tjv dyajccofievov 
vji sfiov (f^odQa. 

5 L xal iXdfi^aps x6 ?jfiiOv xcop fitod-cov xov jtaidog oxc aga sjci- 
6I60VXO avxqt xad- sxaOxrjv iGnsQav, fiaxa xo ajto6i66vai xal 
dg)sdrjvai xov eQyov rjgxsxov xo jtovriQov jtvavfia xal [^XdXa^e' 
elxa kiysi avayivcoCxcov ex xqLxov fisyaX6g)03vog sjtdvov xov * 
ox^ov(iEvov' elxa] sXdfi^avs xov xov Jtaidog ds^iag isigog 6dxxv- 
10 Xov xal hpi^avsv avxov. * 

VW xo TJfudv fiagog xov fiiOd^ov avxov ov sXdfi^ave nagd xov 
^aaikscog xa&sfilav ^fiegav. xal ov fiovov xovxo hjtolet dXX^ sxsfis 
xal xov ddxxvXov x^g ds^iag avxov X^^Q^^ *«* s^sd-i^Xa^a xov 
avxixHQov xoCovxov <d6xs xo Jtaidagiov dcd-evelv xad^ sxdox7]v 

15 fiiiBgav xal Xanxvvecd^at, 



MSS HIPQ = Recc. AB. 1 xov . . . ovzoq: om. A, 1. fortasse hvoq tq>v 
TtatSa^iwv fiovy cf. D II 2 | Tt^wtOfia'CazdQov Q | natSaQtov ^vroq Q, conj. 
Bn: TtaiSagloVy ovtwQ P | x. tcc ?//. Git. B: rftir aixsLwv avxov I. xov aixelov 
avtov H I * H f. i^ 2 r. avxlxsi^a . . . xetghq iS^XaQsv B | id^ifjXalC,Ev 
£v I per geminationem | * I f . 78^ | e^* HQ: dtp^ P | sip hxdaxriv fjfiS" 
gav H: — I, igi* exdaxr^q fjfxiQag PQ 3 naidiov A: TtaidaQiov B | ZneQ 
. . . avtib (§ 3, p. 8*, 1. 2): — Q 4 vn [vnkg H) ifiov G(p66Qa A: naQU. xov 
pccaiXsQx; ndvv P 

MS I.. 5 xo (xiG^Lov ms. | oxi ego: •sixi ms , 1, forte axiva \ iniSldov 
xo ms. ft hxdaxri kaniQa ms. 8 * f. 8^2 jo e^v^avcv: in marg. lat. scr. 
man. rec. sugedat | * a sect. 3 ms. L cum rec. A (mss. HI) includitur, cf. 
p. 8*, 1. I 

MSS VW = Rec. C. 11 8v: S mss. 12 ^a^SfxLav ego: xa^v vel 

xa^Sfji- mss. 1. fortasse xccS-* hxdaxriv 13 xal (i°) — V | ddxxvXov . . . ro- 
aovxov: Ss^iov 6axx. ^yovv xdv dvxlxfU'QCiv, xal i^e&rjX. W | pcccl (2°) —V 
14 daB^evet V | xal ante xaS-^ ponit V 



8* Sokofi&v xal TO Tiaidior I, 3 

HILPQ 3, ^Eym de 2olo(i(5v sv fita xmv rjiiBQmv ava- 
zQivag TO JtatdaQiov sljtov avrm' ^ovyt vjchg Jtavraq 
rovg TBXvlrag rovg sgya^ofiivovg sv tqf vaS rov d-sov 
ah riyajtri<Sa xai sjisdldovv cot kv dtjtXm rov ^iC^ov 

5 VW 3. Kal 67] hv (iia rSv i^fcegmv 6 ffaOiXsvg UoXofimv 

(idmv) xal (exjtsrdcag) rag x^^Q^^ ^h i^ov ovgavov sloiBV >^£fi 
d^smv xai fiovE fiadtXsv ^aaiXionv, axoxalvipov fioi X7]v rov jtat- 
6og jtaCav ^dcavov 6id to ovofid Cov rb (po^SQov xai JtapayiovA 
rjXd^s 68 gxDPf] Xiyovca* ^jtQoOeiJtE slg ro dsgiov ovq rov jtatdog 

ro xdde' >da<pvcc>v' fiayara' MaXinovX'< eyygafpov de jcolrjctov h 
dyevvTircp xagr^ ravra' * * * xai jtagadovg Jtvgl vjtoxajtviaov 
avrm, £xa)P de xai ffovap/jv ttjp X£yo(iip7]p xiaaop xai Xld-ov 
la<Saq)7irriP ev rfj x««(>t aoV xai ep jtefiJtr^ Sga r^g pvxrog egm- 
rrjOoP rop Jtatdav, xai dpayyeXei 601 ajtapva,^ ravta dxovaaz 

15 2oXo(icop xai Jtoi^aag djtaQaX^Mxroog rjQcorriae top Jtaldav. "^ 



MSS HILPQ == Recc. AB. § 3. (3) X 6 6h ^aatkevg aoXofxibv LP 1 
^v\ xalsaa^ P | iv , . . ^fiEQiov: oQtav xbv veoxsQOV hv ^ydna ^aadsvg 
OKpddQa iv dSvfxla scazdaxov ajevd-^OJtd^cov xai x^ oxpei naQsXayfih'oq ixdXsaev 
avTov L I avaxQlvaq . . . ahxib A: xbv natda iTlrjQcavTjasv txvxov Xiyojv P, 
xai avaxQiv, ovxcoq etTCtav' xl Zxl av Xvjtovfisvov ^lino) ae h 2 vnsQ A: 
Tta^a B 3 r. i^ya^* . . . ^EOv — L | igya^. . . . ra^ in spatio puro a 

prim. man. relicto adscr. P** 4 ayano) B, no9-ib L | xai diTcXu xa ftiad-la 
xai xa aixla inidldcJCi L | x, i'JisSi6ov{{v) James) av (1. aoi) H, x. diSmfii 
aoL I, 6i6ovq aoi P (-aoi) Q | iv SinXip IB: Smlovv H | xovg fiiaS-ov^ B 

MSS VW = Rec. C, § 3. 6 lda)V, ixnexaaaq supplevit James 7 §aai- 
kevg xa>v paa,, anoxaX. fie naaav ^aa. x^v r. natd. V xai ravxa elnotv 
Tjld-s <po)v^ xtX, W I naidoq: naM^iov V 10 fy^ag>o)v W | * V f. 437^ 
11 ;^a^r)yv mss. | *** omitto sigilla magica mihi insensibilia 12 xiacdv 
ego: xvCav mss. IS laaafi^i^xtjv V, L IdOTCida"? \ iv nefxnxy . . . vvxxbq W: 
r^e vvxxbq 3^a f V 14 dvdyxeX'^ V, dvfjyyiXTj'W 15 * a sect. 4 mss. 
VW (rec. CJ cnm recc. AB includuntur 



3 — 5 2^oXofAiuv xal to naidlov n* 

it xa Ocrla* xal JtSg k(p^ £xaav7]v "^ ^fisQav Xejtrvv^]\<^ 4. xo 6h 
aidiov sbtsv ^deofial Cov^ ^aOtXaVj axovaov fiov ra avfz^dvra 
n* fisra xo astojivO-rjvai ?]fiag sx xov sgyov zov vaov rov d-sov 
net TiXlov dvoficcg sv xq> dvaJcaved&al "^ fis^ egx^tai jtov7]Q6v 
xifiovtop "^ xcd a<paiQBl aJt sfiov xo ?jfii6v rov fudd-ov fiov 
xl xo ijfiiOv xatv otxicov fioVyxal Xafi^dvec fiov xfjp da^iav x^^Qct xal 
tjXa^ai fiov xbv dvxixaiQov, xal l6ov * d'Xt^o^ivrig fiov x^g 
vx^g TO dcof^a fiov XsjtTVPsrac xad^^ sxdax7]v rmeQav, 

S- Eal xavxa dxovOag sym 6 ^aGiXevg ^oXofiSv BtdTJXd-ov dg 



MSS HILPQ = Recc. AB. 1 OLzia IB: avxidia H, + diTtXdmov B | x. 
iq: av 6h L, seal — P | itp' tyAazi^g f]fis^ccg (re P) ^al WQaq B | ^^ Mg 
[17 I keitxvv^ P: ksmvvijg A {-eig) Q 

MSS HILPQVW='Recc. ABC. § 4. (4) 1. 1 to 6h {xal to I) natdiov 
I: z6 dh TtaiSccQiov B, o de vsoxsQoq L, (5 d6 W, ^ Sh V 2 ehcev HIVW. 
^ TtQdg xbv ^aaiXia B, vnoXapatv xm ^aaiXet Xfyei L, pr. t^ovxTj xal TtQada 
] (pmvfj C I diofiai . . . fioi: axovaovj (o &ei£ ^aaiXev C | ^aaiXsv'. — L. 
'. dsanoxa HI | fiov A: — PC, d/) Q | xa ovfifiavxa /xoi A: xa ov/x^. xcb 
7) TtaidaQup Q, pr. xal i^ibot (1. aoi) navxa I, + ^cft i^&aiv ndvxa H, -|- o 
)v6(ievog xal oxiyvaQovxa L, + rubricam anoxQiOiq xov naiddq n^dq aoXo- 
mxa ns^l xov dalfxavoq xov dQvlav H 1 post xa avfi^. in spatio puro mi- 
)rea man. prim, relicto (om. fioi) adscr. xal daa ^iyai xb naMgwv P^ 3 fxexa. 
\v dnoXvoiv Tjfxibv HI | Tjfiaq: -\- ndvxaq B [ ix: anb B, — C | xfiq 
tyaalag H | xbv xov vaov sgyov ( — xov d^sov) L | xov S-eov xihv vawv V j 
)v (3°) — W i: xal fiexa HI | dvGfiag Q 1 iv: fisxa H, — V | iv 
. fis: xal dtplaq yevofxevr^q L | avanav^fjvai HI 1 "=' H f. 2^ \ ptoi P ! 
IsQXStat V I nov. 6ai^. LC: nov. (-wv H) nvsvfia HI, tV tibv noviigibv 
xinovlmv {-ovmv Q) B 5 " P f. i^ 1 xal a<paiQ. ■ . . avxLyuQOV (1. 7): 
'iX xa ^fiiav xojv fztad-ov fxov Xafi^dvatV xal fxexa xavxa ^Xd^ovxd (xoi (in 
arg. lat. scr. man. rec. ^jyA«?0VTa, sugendutn) xov SdxxvXov xT/q Se^iaq xaiQoq 
0? TtQm' L I d<palQBXai HI, dtatpe^rjxE (1. 6ia<pai^ELxat.) V | an S/iov — C 
ml (1°) . . . fiov: xal xa ^fiiav atxla B | xal (2°) . . . x^t^9<x- ^^ra Aof^/?. 
xl T. de|. fxov xziqa B, — C | x. S-rjXa^.: ^nXat,. 61 (— V) xal C 7 xbv 
vxlxBLQd fiov B, xbv xfjq Se^iaq fxov xeigbg (+ xbv V) avxlxaiQav C | ;?«£ 
oij: £;c 6s xov tpo^ov L | ^ L f. 8^^ 1 ^Xt^. . . . y^vx^jq LC: «-A/^. t. ^vx- 
ov HI, ^XipofZEVT] /iov ^ t/Ji;/^ B, + ovVwg W, + xal ovxoq V, + ovxo) B j 
5i; — LC 8 Xsnx.: — H, Xenxvvea^ai C | ;f«d': ^y' I |^ njiBQav. + w? 
J«?, 6Ea7toxa, xal ovx ex<o nov 6^aaai xal dnooxav (sic) an ifxov xb no- 
]^bv xal xdxiaxov 6aifi6vtov, xoiovxojq [oj supra scr. prim, man.) ndayov- 
OS) L 

§ 5. (S) 1. 9 ^ai — LC I iy<h — h \ 6 ^. SoX. IL: i;o;.. o ^aa. H, 
(9«ff. — BC I EioijX^a Q, elafjXe-e L, ^A^ov HI | Jv rw vaco C 1 et? 
. . airtip (p. 10, 1. 2); ^;f tov vaov rov &eov slq xbv oixov avxov' iv ?.vnt, 
5JIA(^) xal i^ oXnq xfiq yjv/fjq i^OfioXoyovf-ievoq xcu nQoaevyofiSvoq L 



lO*^ ^oXofxuiv xal Mix<^iiX I, 5—7 

tov vaov xov d^eov xal 66e'^d'7]V i§ oXrjg fiov xric, ^vx^g s^ofioXo- 
yovfispog avrS vvxra xal i^fisQav ojcosg jtagadoQ'i} dainmv 
sig rag XBlQag fcov xal s^ovataCo} avrov. 6. xal hysvexo h t^ 
JcgoCsv^sC^al (ze jcQog tov d-sov xov ovgavov xal rrjg yrjg edod-?} 
5 fioi * Jtaga xvglov ^a^add- 6ca Mixafjk xov aQXc^yyiXov daxrv 
Xidiov Exov C^Qaylda yXv(prig ?uO'Ov xifilov* 7- ^^l ^^^^ f^ot' 
^XapEj 2JoXoficov vtog Aavsld^ dmgov 6 ajtedrstXs cot xvgiog 
d'sog o vipcoxog ^a^acod^, xal ovyxXslOeig Jtavra xa dai^iovta 
xa x£ d^rjkvxa xal aQCsvixa xal '^ 61' avxwv olxodofi^Ceiq 
10 xr]v l£Q0vaaZ7]fi ev xm X7]v og)Qayl6a xavrfjv as g)EQeiv rov 



MSS HILPQVW =- Recc. ABC. 1 yMl — Y \ ideofirjv C | fxov - A 
I Tfjg — IW I i^OfioX. avtib (xbv ^Eov H, — L) W: rcD 0-ea* xal e^opioh 
yovfiTjv avxip C, ~ B 2 vvxxav x. ^^eq. HL, vvxxa x. ^fiiga I, vvxidq x. 
^fiSQag B, vvxtbq x. ^ifXBQoq V, compendiis scr. W | S;itt>g: itox; Q | 7r«p«- 
6o)aBL xvQLoq 6 &edg to daifioviov elg xtX. L | na^adoS^: naQado^eXv H, 
+ fioL B, + ^e V 3 xaq — P | fxov: avrov L, — Q | i^ovaiaio) Q, 

6TCe^ovOiaaet L | § 6. xal: x om. W in Uteris rubricandis | iysveto: h to 
yeveto H 4 //f. om. sed TiQoaevxEoS-al scr. I, fiot, P, avzdv L, + xa^' 

kxdaxrjv rjfisgav xal vvxrav C | n^dq xdv S^sdv HI: zov xvqlov L, tc5 ^s& C, 
— B I xov .... yrjq ILC : — B, x. x. fT^q — H, + fista awtexQifiSVfjq xa^- 
Slag i^ oXijq xtjq rpvxJJQ avxov L 5 fioi: avxib L | * I f. 79^^ | na^a 
xvQ, Sa^.: — L, -{- x^Qt-Q B | Sia . . . %QOvaaX^fi (1. 90- <f*PQccy^g' vnb (Aixafik 
rov d^x^yy^^ov* kSywv noiei ovx(i)q ooXofiibv xal Stbg avxib xd SaxivXidtoV 
Xifii(bXE^Ov elalv XlS-ov xipilov L, add. L glossam de anuli signo, v. infra, p. loo* 
et fig. p. loi* I d^x<^yy- <^vxov P I daxxvXiov C 6 %x^'*' IQBn: l/wv HPW, 
sxo) V I a<pQayl6aq W, compendio scr. forte idem V ] yhxpr^q-, xoXanx^v I 
I Xl^ov XLfxiov : kl&iSog xifx^v C, pr. ix B, add. glossam de anuli signo HI, v. 
infra, p. 100* | § 7. fiot: fiov P, ^g Q 7 SoL: + ^aoiXev P, paaiXsvg Q | 
vlh VW I SwQOv —HI I SHIP: tJv Q, onsp C | dnoaxdXXet I, dniaxildv 
aiY\d S-edg HB: ~ IC | xvq. 2'a/?. vxp. 'loQa^iX C 8 o v^. — Q I 

xal avyxL: Yva avyxXeloiq C | ndvzag xovq Salftovag Q | datfi. XJ^g y^iq P 
9 TK re . . . aQGEV, [doe^v. H) HI: xa aQOrjVTjxa x, SvXixa V, — W, 
aQGEva X. &7JX£a B D xal Set fiEx' avxatv dvoixoSofifjaai P | Q 
f. 11^ I 61 : f^€x' Q I dvoixo6o/ii^OEtg QV 10 r^v %^ova.: vaov xv- 
qlov xov 9-eov aoVf add. glossam de anuli signo C, v. infra, p. loi* | BV 
. d-eov ego: x^v atpQaytSa xavxTjv os <peQtv xov S-eov I, <psQEiv ce t. 
og>Q, xavx. r. d-, (add. glossam de anuli signo, v. infra, p. 100*) B, t^ tfypfl- 
yi6j] xavxri 7) iSmxE aoi 6 S^eog H, ev de xo xfjv atpQ. xavx, tpOQEiv cum 
sequentibus conjuncta C, Xa^mv 6 aoXo^mv r^v G<pQ. cum scquentibus con- 
juncta L 



I, 8—10 sXsvotg xov ^Oqviov h"^ 

8. Kal JtBQixaQTjg ysvofiEvog vfivovv xal edo^a^ov rov d-sov 
Tov ovQavov xal t'^q y^g' xal x^ ^Jtavgiov kxeXevaa eXd-stv Jtgog 
jie TO jtaiSiov xal aniScoxa avtm tfjv Og)Qayi6a, 9. xal eIjcov 
avtm' >£v xi €tv wQa ejtior^ Coc to daifioviop Qlrpov to daxTvXi- 
5 Siov rovTo elq to Cr^d-og tov Sal/iovog Xiycov avTm* >dsvQO 
xaXst (?£ * o 2oXo(i^Vj< xal ^QOfialeog Jtagaylvov Jtgog fie fir]66V 
XoyiOafcspog wv fieXXst coi ^o^^6aiA 

10. Kal I60V xaTa ttjv sid-iOfiEvrjv Sgav '^.Xdsp 6 'Ogvlag to 



MSS HILPQVW = Recc. ABC. § 8. (6) 1. 1 Kal — LV | nSQi^x 

kavQ.: svxtXQiazi^aag scvqiov x6v S-edv t. ovq. eczcg (1. oaziq) elaaxovst t^v 
I SsTjaiv xal tiqogevx^v zmv TtQoaevxo^evoiv xal zo 'Qrjzovfisvov 1 ovx Maziv ayg 
^■' ( hzijv Fcog) L I ysvofx.: + iyo) aoXo/i&v B, + (o ^aaiksvg H) inl zovzo 
; [zovxov H) Ttdkiv HI I X. iSo^. — HI | z6v —F \ zov d-eov V 2 tov 
; ... y^e — HI I navQiov W | ixeX, iXS-. {ioja^v H, 1. ineXd-sTv'?) . . . 
;; jjiffirf. (1. 3) HI: sxsX, zov naX6av {zd naiSaQiov V) "VW, iscdXsacc z6 natda 
Mvedv L) BL 3 xal — h \ anedmzo L, ^nidmxa P | aiza>\ — L, ah- 

Mv y^ I zijv a(pQayX6a A: z6 SaxzvXldiov B, r^ daxzvXLOV (-/w V) VW, 
.r-f tavzT^v I, + zov d-eov L | § 9. ;c. emov alzo) IPW {avxbv) H {eliiBv) L: 

PT-Q, ;c. fp'^iaag avt(p V, + Xd^s zovzo xal B 4: iv . . , dalptovog (1. 5): 

TtOQEvov inl zd e^yo) gov fisza 6s d^eS^ijvtxL zov sgyov xal honeQa{v) ^Stj 

\ '^.^iad'aL xal iXd'6v{zog) zov novrj^ov nvevfxazog ^ntog noifjaai zd TiQuze^oV 
Q^E zd daxzvXldtov iitdva) zovzov L | iv ta wq <Z'V \ wQav H | imaz^ 
(Joi: inlaz^jOEt H, Stieot^ col I, eXQ-^ nQog ae B, ooi — C | gixp. . . datfi. H 
(p. TOVT. T. daxz, . . daifiovlov) Q: {slg zd in mg. sin.) aztjd-, z, daifzoviov ^. 
Tovz. z. 6axx. P, Q. avzm inl t. az, r. daifx. (+ xd 6axz. V) 8 xal sXa^ov 
xovxo nagd d-Eov Sa^acaS- C, ^. r. 6axz, zovx. 3 eXa^ov nagdi zvqIov aapawS^' 
y>al QLxpov aizd elg z. gxtjS; x. Saifiovog I 5 Xsycov avxij> HC: xal slnh 

avzip IB, siza Eine L, -{- in dvofxazi {-zog Q) zov d-EOv B 6 * P f. 2*^ ] 
d: — C, + paaiXEvg B | 2oA.: + i^ dvo^iazi xvQtov xov &eov navxoxQa- 
TO^og {— xal . . . tpo^TJaai) L | d^ofxatog P, SQOfAcclog I | nagayivov V, 
spX'^v S I SQafioiv naQay. n^og fiE $QO(xaiO)g inEinvjv xal xavxa ngdg xdv 

' Mfiovav ^ad-aXd' niazij^ovfi (ntaziQovfi V)' dXaxa^xavdx' C | fxrjdhv . . . 
(pop (1. 7) (pr. xal) C: fz?/ diaXoyit,6/i£vog ct fiiXXet aot Xdysiv I, xal fx^ dfiE- 
yiGEig elg ansQ (f. 3^^) fikXXEi aot Xeywv H, fitjdhv SeiXidaag {dEiXid^oDv Q) ^ 
{(iij 6h P) <pop7]S-Elg {-^g P) iv (p /isXXEig dxovEiv na^a [vnd P) zov Saifiovog. 
(7) xal Xapdtv zd natdd^cov zd daxzvXldtov dni^XQ-EV B 

§ 10. 1. 8 Pro § 10 habet L hoc: XapQ)V 6h 6 vsavlag zd daxzvXldtov 
TtOQEvbi^g inl xov S-eIov ^^yov i^yatpfXEvog slza haniQU ysviad^ar xal ix 
zov ^EQyov axoXdaavzEg' 'fjXB'OV ndvxeg ot ZExv'^x{at)' inl xdg xaxotxslag av- 
xjov^ fjX&E dh xal 6 viog inl z^v xazotxelav avzov, xal iXS-ejv 6 nov7jQ6z(a- 
xog) dalfimv xa&cjDg zd avvT^d-Egf zovzov \ sl^tofi. Kurz : ^d-tof-i. BC Is, oQiGfi. 
HI I BhnXB'Ev VW 



12* ^Xsvaiq Tov 'Ogvlov I, 10—14 

XctkeJtov datiioviov (oq jivq q)Xsy6f£SV0V Sots Xafisip xaxa to 
avpfjd'eg TOP iitod-op rov jtaidaQiov. ii. to 61 jtaidagiop xaxa 
TO QTjd-Ep avT^ Jtaga tov 2okofiSpTog 'eQQitpe to daxTvXidiov 
sjtl TO tfT^i9-os Toi5 dalfiopoq Xeyop avxqi' ^dsvQo xaXsi oe 
5 2oXoii^p,<L xal aJtiQBL 6Q0(iaia)g jtQog top UoXofiwpTa. I2« ode 
Saificop exQavyaCs XiyoiP tS jiaiSaQicp' »t/ touto sjtolrjaa^^ 
ka^e TO 6ccxTvXl6iop xal ejcidog avTo jtQog 2oXo^wPta, xay<h 
001 ddaoj TO agyvQiop xai to xqvgLop Jtdcrjg x^g yrjg' fiovop fii^ 
fts aJtaydy^g jtgbg 2oXoiimPTaA 13. xai aljtsp avTw to Jtai- 
Jo dagiop' >£§ xvQiog 6 d-sog tov ^lOQa^X, ov (iri ae dpe^ofiat eav 
fifj djtaydyco as Jtgog 2oXonmPTaA 14, * xai ^^l^e to jtatdaQiovl 
xal sljtE Tw ^oXoficoPTi' »^aaiXEv 2oXoficop, rjyayop dot xov 



MSS HILPQVVV = Recc. ABC. 1 tpXiywv HI | coate . . . SoX. (1. 7) 

— Q I oncog re Xd^tj P | icaTO. r. awr^d'.: — P, post Ttaiddgiov ponit C 
2 § II. zd . . . Sal^ovoq: ev tip afia ^^xpag x^v 0<pQayt6a (xvvov <kvm xov- 
TOV L I xaxa . . . J^oX,\ — C, cf. not. ad 1. 5 3 t^ ^fjS-hv: xd Qt^- 
^hvv < H, TO Qfid-evxi I, xip grj^S-svxi Is, vd TiQoaxax^sv P | avx^: al' 
tov H, — P I SoX. H: ^aaiXioDg H. I, ^aaiXewg P | x6 daxx.: x^v atpQa- 
yL6av C 4 ^nl: na^a H | daifiovlov P | Xey. ahx. I: xccl Aey. avxd H, 
£cta Xey < L, xal s'tTtev PVW | ^: — C, + ^aaiXsvg P 5 SoX.\ + iv 
tGi dvdfiati HVQtov xov &eov Ttavtox^dtoQog L, + iTtsinev dh xalta ^f^d-evta 
dvo^ata C | xal . . . ^oXofiibvxa : — LC | an^ei Kurz : dnolei HI, aTilsi Is, 
anJjyE P, dn^yayE Bucq | xdv — I | 2oX, HI: ^aaOJa P | § 12. Pro 
§ 12 habet L hoc: dxovaaq (f. 9^^) xavta dalftov ^QVxiQbiiEvog Xsy{Ei\) tig 
iatlv ovtog d aoXo^ihv 6 ixQavyaoe IP; ixQavya^ev H, dvsx^a^ev C | 
Xey. t. naid. I: Xsyojv itaiddQiov PVW, t. TtaiS. — H | inoiijcag: + ngog 
/Lie P 7 daxtvXtovW \ x. iitid. avxd [avtdvn] HI: — BC | n^bg XoX.\ 
IVW: Tip. xdv 2, H, wtt' ifiov P | xdyo) ool dcbao) HI: xdyo) ditodoDCm P, 
^y(i) OOL 66)00} Q, xal dd)(j(o ool C % xb «py. x. — B | Tidarjg — B | 
/j.6vov : idv W, + Xdpe tovxo dii dfxov xal B | ^?) : fioi H 9 dydyTjg VW 
I dndyrig fxe B | 2oXofiibva P | § 13. (8) Pro § 13 habet L hoc: xal 6 
vsaviag' eX&e xal eUe \ xal . , . naid, HI ( — avtio) V; to 6h 7tai6, Xiyei 
(Elne W) n^dg tov Satfiova BW 10 tov: — HW, /xov V | 'Z<j^. — H | 
as: — W, oov Q | iav , , , ZoA.: dXXa. dev^o iX&i P, dXXd Sev^o dxoXovdf 
/Lioi Q 11 oe dydym C 1 § 14. Pro § 14 habet L: o de dxbXov%'Og ytvo- 
/iASvog o 6al/x(ov ijXd-E inl t^v ^aaiXix^v oixlav \ * H f. 3^ | hie scr. H 
rubricam hanc: ^sXevOig tov x^^^^^ov 6alf40v(og) dQvlav ngbg ooXofJ.a)v(ta) \ 
^Xd-Ei iXO^MV {iXd-bv P) S^oftaliog B 12 xal eItie HIC: x(x/po>v (xtxl^ov P) 
TiQdg tbv ^aoiXda Xiywv {Xiyov P) B, pr. Ttgbg tbv SoXofz&vxa xaiQOV (-tov W) 
^acxibv {xal ^aotd^ojv W) xov SatfjLOvav C | x(p SoXo/iwvxl H: tw paoiXeZli 

— BC I ^ao. :SoX. IC: — HB | 00( HI: — BC 



I, 14— II, 2 dTioxQiatq xov Xigvlov 13* 

6al(iova xa&cog avereiXa) fioc, xal l6ov orrjxet jcqo tcov xvXSv 
B^co dsdsfievog xal xga^cop (isyak^ r^ g)a)vj} didovai fioe ro dg- 
yvQtov xal to ;f^v<Jtov :n:a(S7]t; rfjg yrjg xov firj fis djtayaysiv av- 
top JcQog <si,< 
5 II. Kal ravta dxovdag ayco Soko^mv dvacxag djto rov d-Qo- 
vov fiov e16ov top daifiova q)QiaooPxa xal xgefiopxa xal eljtov 
mtm' T>xlq si 6v, ^xal xig rj xXijctlg aov;^^ 6 dalfiwp etJtep' ^^Ogplag 
icaXovfiaiA 2. xal eljtop avxS' * fXays fioi sp jcoico ^<p6t(p xel- 
da«.« xal dytoxQcB-Big 6 Saificop Xeyer ^^Ydgoxocp' * xal xovg eJ> 



MSS HILPQVW =^ Recc. ABC. 1 xad^' ivtr.: ^aaiXev, (bg ixiXevaag B \ 
(ill (1. fzot) ivsr. V I fxoi: + deanoza BC | azy^. HI: ot^searac B, ^otIxt] \\ 
' ^azjxEi W I TtQo IB: Tt^dq H, naQO. C | t. nvX. I: rdv nvX&va H, rcSr 
'^QvQiav (+ x^q avlfjq B) .%% paaiXsiaq aov BC 2 ^|a> HI: — BC | 

Irffde^. X. x^a^. I ( — xal) H; Ssofievov xQCtvyd^si VW, x^d'C,Q)v x. SeS- 
'- fisvog P, XQavydt,a)V x. dsofxsvoq -Q | gxhri^v f^isydXrjv H | 6i6ovq 
'- P I fjtoi IQ: ifioi P, (wa C, — H | td doy. . . . ;c^v(r. HB: r. XQ- ^• 
T. aQy, IW, TO XQ' ^' ndvzaq zovq d-ijoccv^ovq V 3 ndorjq HIW: — BV 

|J ToC . . . (Te — VW I Tov IB : xal H | .«e — B | dnay. fie I 1 
fdyayetv P 

■ C. II. parallela v. infra in MS D III I — 10. (9) 1. 5 Kal zavxa . . . ZQB- 

fiovza: idQ)V 6h o ooXofiStv z^v zoiovzrjv ixTtezdaaq zaq /et^a^ avzov slqzdv 
'^<o{iQav6v' svxKQiax'^aaq xvqiov xbv S-adv ovgavov xal y^q tcoii^ztjv z6v xa 
Tt&vxa xx/iaavxa' xal Svvazai %xi noiii^axa xal xx^fAaxa avxov elolv xa 
Tcdvta L I ifai HB: — IC | dx, xavx. — B | iydj HI: — BC | 2'oA. 
HIB: — C, pr. ^ H | dvaax, HI: dviaxri B, dveaxr^v C | dnb: ditb V, 
^nl W 6 fiov: avxov B, -f- xal i^f^X^Ev e|a> slq xa TtQo^VQa x^q alXf^q 

x<ov paaiXslojv avzov xal P, + xal i^^Xd-sv (^'|a> . . . xaXovftaty 1. 8, omissis) Q, 
H- xal i^^X&ov slq ro: nQoSvQa zci paaiXixa xal C ] eldov: iS-scb^et P"^ | 
• (pQixxovza I, <pqIxxo)v H I r^^'/wtwv.H | * P f. 2^ | xal [2°): slxa L | el- 
nov HIW: Xsysi LPV 7 avx& IP: avibv HC, — L | ziq si av AV: — C, 
+ xal noQ-sv elL \ x, ziq . . . aov A: — P, xiq xaXecW (-yq) V | 6 datfx; 
BiTtsv: 6 6h 'i(pn PC | ^yjh 'Oqv. P 8 xaX. PC: xaXovfxsv L, — HI | § 2. 
(10) X, elnov avz. ego : x. ein <Z avxG) 6 ^aatXsvq V, x, einov W, siTtov ovv abtw I, 
^yo> dh avxbv Xkyov H, sins 6h 6 aoXofiibv L, b 6h [xal b P) aoX. Xiysi B | 
* Mg 1320 I ^ot: -f- ovv VW, + e5 dalfiwv B | ^v C: — AE | notm ^wrf. 
xetc. P: 7iol(ov ^^(pdicsv xsto. Q, tc^Iv i^(odt(ox(o [i^dSicoxo H, i^s6i(oxo) L) Cf A, 
-h Aej'f jwot Ttov diy(uv/?f(yf L 9 xal , . . Aeyft: x, dTtsxQiB^ zb Saiiiovtov 
xal elnev C, Xsyet dh L, o rf^ f^Tiav B | Xsyei H: — I: | ''Ydpoxou* x. zovq: 
— LVW per homoeoarcton | trf^ojo/()a)g, IdQOXOO) (p. I4) !• i) H, £rf()orxpQ>Cf 
vrf(»ox(»ft»o (p. 14, 1. i) I, vdQOiXQOiO L, compendio scr. W | * I f . 80^ | rwv 
xetfxevoiv Q, ^v "^ySQOXocp — PQ 



14"^ anosi^iatq zov OqvIov H, 2—5 

^Ydgoiocp xecftEvovg 61 sJtcd-v/j,Lav xmv yvvaicov eju ttjv /7a()^£*. 
pov C,(p6tov xsxkrjxoTag axo:rtviYm. 3. sliii 6b xal vjtvorcxov^ 
elq TQeig (iOQq)ag fisra^aXX6(iBP0gj jtors * (isv cog avd-QcoTtog exmv 
EJtcd^vfiiav eidovg Jtaidlcov d'i]Xvx^v dvi^^coPj xal ajtrofispov fiov 
5 aXycoOi jtapv, jtore 6h vjtoJtreQog yipofiai sjtl rovg ovQavlovq 
rojtovg. jtore 6s o^ip Xsoptog sfig)alpco, 4. djtoyopog 6e al/ii * 
aQxccyyEXXov rrjg 6vpdfiEa}g xov d'sov, xaragyovfiai 6s vjto OvQcijk 
xov aQXctyysXov.^ $• ^^^ 6s rjxovaa kyco JSoXofiwP to opo(iaTov 
aQxayyiXov r]v^dfir]p xal e66^aca rbv d-aov rov ovQaPov xal xjjq 

MSS HILPQVW = Recc. ABC. 1 ieei/xsvovg HP: ststfZEVog I, xelfiai C, 
xaiofj-ivovg conj. Cr | di* . , , pcsteXrjx. ego {rwv yoviov monuit Diels, yvvai- 
^(ov vel yvvaloiv >certe recte< James) ; 61^ mid-, xiav yovsiov inl tt [t^v W) 
naQS-evQ) ^mdio) {^(bdiov W) xaixlrjicoza C, Si imd-vfjtiiov rbv Xoyov {-(ov H) 
inl z^v napd-ivov (-(ov H) to (r^v L, ^xi H) i^odiov {i^wdimv H) xsxXtjicozog 
[}iexXrjx(o L) A, di miQ^^itbv yvvaicov (yvvaixwv Q) inl x^v na^d-evcov (spa-; 
tium purum minus reliquit P) rw ^(pdla) ptsxXrixat B, xS> t,(a6, hskX. pro glossa 
marg. habet Cr 2 anonv. BW: sinsnvi^yo Y, indyo) A, pr. xovxovg B | 

§ 3. el^l . . , vTtvov,: — A I slfil: si fx^ PQVFl | vnvwTixdv P, vTtvoxt- 
XQ)V Q, vnvomdg monuit Diels, forte recta 3 fZg B : — C, xal slq xovxo A 
I fzexa^aX. A: (xsza^aXXopLai B, fjtsxaXafx^avdfxevoq C | noxs fihv: otiO"^ 
xavV, I * H f. 4^^ I oyq\ dc, V, oi B | 'dvd-^conot B \ '€x<ov (+ xp W) 
, . . CLVT]^. C: |/tt>r €xi {ixsL H, enl L) sifil (i^fxslv H, — L) ivi xa dov [fism 
d&v L) dvXixdv {-(bv L) evoafiov {sl'fjiL L) A, ^'()xa>VTat ft? iTitd-vfilaq {-lav Q) 
yvi^cftpcwv dyw fiexafj,o^q>ovfxat slg {o)q Q) -O-^Xv evxoa^ov B 4 ;cat — C | 
anx. (XOV B: and ofxow V, ano oljuov W, 6l avx&v H, (it' avxov 1. fortasse 
^iTi' ^jwof;, vel «7i' of/xwv, vel dnofxvwfxsvoi 5 d^y. 7i«rv HIV: wAyw aot 

71. W, Of Rvd-^wnoi xaS'^ vnvov sfinai^a) avxolg {avxovq Q) B | navv — L 
I 6h: — Qy-i-7idXivB | vTionr,: yvnoxs^ov C \ yivofxat aiQ \ iitU vndB, 
TiQdq W I inl . . . xon: xal t. inovQavlovq inl eto^QXO^iaL ton. L 6 xon:. 
xoXnovq W I noTs ((J^ — H) ... ^jU^?. HI: noxe 6k xal oiq Xmv (Aeovr«eQ) 
B, noxs /xhv 6'rpst {xal ndxs ^rpiv W) Xsovxoq inKpsQOfxat C, add. glossam mar- 
ginaliam in textum insertam: vjid Ttavxtov (-1- de L) x&v Sai^iovlmf [Saiiib- 
VCDV H) Xa^dfxsvoq A, quam in xal ( — Q) xsXsvofzai vnb ndvxcov xihv Saifio- 
vwv corrigere voluit B | § 4. dnoy. . . . S^sov H (— aQX^yy') I: — C \ de 

~ P I * L f. 9^*2 7 d^x ^^ov: — L, pr. xov Q, d^X- OhQi^X etc. P | 

xaxa^y d^x^^yy. I {— rfe) H: — P | dl —Q, \ Oh^i^X r. «^z- ego: 

Mix. T. aQX' -^' + ^'ye 6vvdfiswq rov &sov (supra omissa) L, t. (i(>Z. Ou^t^^ 
T. (Jw. r, ^foij Q, T. (Jw. T. -^-fov ou()ov/)A rov (bis V) d^xccyy^^oV C 

8 § 5. (11) 8rf (8rav I) . . . SoX.: HI: ^ycJ^ (+ dh P) 2". a;foi5<7ffs B, iyd) Sh 
dxovaaq 6 S. C, noxs oh :S. L | xd dv. r. (i^;i;. IBC: — HL, -j- /ii/fl^A I| 

9 ril^afx. A; sv^dfisvoq BC \ x«t — LB | idol HIB: (Jo^e^aa? C. — L | T. 
S-sov: pr. ;fv^tov Q, + xal x^qlov P | t6v . . . y^?: t^ ^Vo,«cf rov xvqIovC, 
xov d-sdv xdv ddvxa fxoi x^v ;^a()tv xavxijv' xal sldcc nvsv^iaxa da6fiaxa' slg 
ox^pf-a iisxa^aXXb(isva <ssaoiy.axiO(.iha L 



11,5—8 Kavdx^iaiq zov Oqviov 1 5* 

y^S; ^"^ CtpQayidag avtov era|a slq ttjv igyaolav tfjg Xid-oxo- 
fiiag, Tov ri(iveiv Xl&ovg rov vaov agd-ivxag dia d-aXdoorjg 'AQa- 
^lag tovg xBi^svovg Jtaga alytaXov, 6. ^o^ovfisvov 6h avrov rov 
6tdfiQ0v jtQOC^avCat e<p7] ixoi' y>660(iai cov, fiaatXsv ^oXoficov, * 
V^aoov iiB sv dviiJEi elvai, •adym 601 dvayaym otdvxag xovg dal- 
pvag.< 7. fir] d'iXovxog 6b avxov vjcoxayfjval fzoi, Tjv^dfirjv xov 
aQxdyyeXov Ovgi^X kXd'Blv fioi sig ^oi^d'Biav' xal BvMcog * bISov 
xov dqydyyBXov OvQtijX ex xov ovgavov xaxBQXofiBVOv jcgog (is, 
8. jcal bxbXbvcb dvBXd-Biv hx xrjg d'aXdocrjg xi^xrj xal B^^gavev 



^. MSS HILPQVW = Recc, ABC. 1 a<p^aylaav H | airtov: -{- /Asza 
I'dajavhdlov elxa Xa^^avsi 6 avayivmay.mv fisf^srs^cov Xid-wv ^a^vxaro>v' xal 
MniMvev indvo) rov ox^ovfAcvov E(oq ^ofjaar dzav pOT^aet 6 dx^ovfievoq' vno- 
\%a^ov xb Ttvsv^a xb axaO-aQxov xov i^sXd-siv' xal slnsv avxib e^eXS-s dub 
dvofiaxi xov iitovQavlov paaiXsiog d-sov Tjfj,o}v ' xal xfJQ a<pQayl6oq xfjq 6w^ai]g 
rw paciXsi aokofxwv(xL)' xal a^payiaag avxbv L | ^ha^a: + avxbv C | 
xiiv — LC I xtjq — L I XiQ^oxo^iov C 2 xov zsfiv, . . . vaov — L | 
X£(iveLv HIP: xefielv W, xsfzvsi V, xoTtxsiv Q | zovq kiS-. P [ t. vaov: sv 
xm va^ B, — C [ d^S'Svx. HI {-xoq) L : dx^evxaq B, zovq avvax^evxaq VW | 
6m: vnb L | !4^a/?. BC: aQQa^o) L, dvdyai>v H, dvaXa^thv I 3 xoi}q . . . 
(dyiaX.: — C | ayiaXXov Q | § 6. <po^. 6s avx. H(L): (po^ovfisvoq 6s av- 
xbq W (avxovq) I ( — avxbq) P, ^^o^eXxo ovv Q | <popov(x. . , . n^oay^ava.: 
(popovfiEvog 6h avxb(q) x^v d7i6(paarjv xov ^aaiXhoyq nsQf} xbv ki^B-(<ov) ^va 
(iij TiQbq xpavCi zd av6t^ov ipo^ovfxsvoq V, q)o^ovfi&vovq 6e avxov' Xd^s 6 dva- 
yivwaxov 0I671QOV (in marg. lat, signum 0-\- scr. man. rec.) aXvaaov inlS-eq inl 
xov dxXovfxevov zib z^ax^iXo) xal 6^<sov 6<p66Qa ^(oq ov poi^osi.' (po^ovixevov 
6e avxov etc. L | zov at6i^^ov A: xb ai6^^Q) W, zbv ai67j^ov B 4 nQoa- 
ytavaai LQW: ov n^oadxpcofiat I, ov Tt^oorpavao) f/sv H, post nQoq spatio 
puro VI litt. relicto ad marg. sin. man. prim. scr. ndvx ■< ^ Ttpbq xavxa P, 
quod Fl XQavxbv slnbq zavxa legit | ^<p7i fiot L {fxiv) H: xal kiyEi ^ol P, 
Aeyet Q, ^E<p7i 6 6alfia)v W, 6 6sfX(ov ^(prj V, ^<pr] 6h 6 dQviaq I | gov: 001 W 
I * L f . 9^1 5 /^e: (loi W, — L | iv dvsa^ IL: hfav iooi H, avszov BC | 
ilvav. ijv aa H, -j- ^01 L, -\- i.is'^ \ dvayayih IP: dvavdym in dvdy(o corr. H, 
wyayo) C, ^dyo) L, svayysXa) Q | ndvxa za Sai^ovia BC 6 § 7. ^^/ . . . 

l^oi'. xal fi^ Q-sXovxa {-xsq W) vnozayi^vat cum 6aifx6via conjuncta C -| ^e- 
Itov A I avxov: avxovq HL, avxbq I | vnbxayov /^loi L | r}v^a^. . . . fforjd-r. 
fii^afx.: pr. iyo) 61 C, sv^dfASVoq B, sl^afi- V | rjv^afi. . . . ^otj&.: rjv^dfiTjV 
xov &ebv xal xaxsX&cDV xbv d^xdyysXov ovqovsX vnoxayi^v fioi' elq po^- 
d-siav L I xb ^^/(iyyf Aov V, xov rip/cfyye'Aov B 7 ov^ovfjk IW | iXd-sTv. 
pr. xov C, avveXd-etv B | fioi HLQ: ^f P, — IC | * P f. 3^ 8 t. d^x- 
OvQ.: avxbv C \ ov^ov^X IC, o^qoveX L | x(bv ov^avojv B | iQxb^isvov C 
I UQoq f^E —h 9 § 8. (i2) ^xeX. LB: ixiXevaa C, ixdXeasv HI, + 6 ay- 
ysXoq B I dvEXS'. [xal ^X&ov L) . . . xi^xrj A: ^f^rjy (x^xov W) ^aXXdoTjq iX- 
%«/ ^;^ T7^ dpvaaov BC | ^^at . . . fiSQida A: — BC | ^^^^sv H 



l6* '/.azdxQmiq rov ^O^vlov II, 8— m 3 

avtmv Tfjv iiegida ^xal 6QQty)6V avrov r^v fioiQtxv] ejrl XTJg /^g/; 
Ttaxdvmg xal ovrwg vjtita^e zov dalftova rbv 'Ogvlav rov (liyavA 
Tov xojtTBiv Xld-ovq xal avvreXstv eiq rf^v olxodofifjv tov vaoi) 
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5 rov ovQavov xal rrjg y^g xal sxeXsv^a ocBQiivai rov Ogvlav eig/ 

ri^v ftolQav avrov xal Mosxa avrm rrjv 6q)Qayt6a XiymV ^axsXh 

xal ayayi (lot cods rbv agxovra rSv datfiovlmp.^ i 

III, O ds 'OQvlag Xapmv ro daxrvXldtov ax^Xd-s Jtgbg tov 

BbbX^^b^ovX xal s<p7] avrqt' ^6bvqo xaXel Cb 6 2oXo[icov.<i 2. 

10 6e BbbX^b^ovX ?JyBi avr^' ^XiyB fioi, * rig hcxiv ovrog o 2oXo-^ 
fimv ov Cv XBysig;<i 3. 6 ds ^Ogvlag eggiipB ro daxrvXldiov elq 
rb OrTJd-og rov BbbXC^b^ovX XBycov* ^xaXst Cb 2oXo(iwv ^adi- 



MSS HILPQVW =* Recc. ABC. 1 ahtbv L | fiegiSav H, fiSQina L | 
?eal . . . /j-oiQavB: — A | "iQQtxpev ahvbv C ] x^v (xot^av . . , avwekeTv (1. 3) 
— C 2 xaxetvax; x, ovvcoq ego : xaxslvwg x, ovzog H, xdxsZvoq a. ovtoq I. 
xal o^t(og L, xal Q, xdxelvTj et postea spatium purum VII litt. habet P, t>x(xI 
ovv(OQ scheint Glossen* Diels | vndza^s: vneta^a I, ixiXsvOSV Q, + to Sat- 
/.idvLOv rd fiiya xal ixslsvaev P | r. 'Op. t. fiey. HL: tr. I, tdv fiiyav xal 
Q-Qaahv (S-Qaav Q) z. 'O^v. B 3 rov — L t rovg Xl&ovq P | xal . , . SoL\ 
nQbq rbv vadv B | awtiiX&v L | elq LV 4 8v A: ^v C 1 SoX.: pr, 

fiaaiXsv(c) H, ^aotXs-^q V | § 9. xal ndliv . . . yfjq — C \ ndXiv: ourtoe 
iyo) 2JoX. B | i66t,aaav L 5 t^q — Q 1 yijq: -\- noi-^tfjv B | ixsXevaa 
. . . 6acfxovi(ov (1. 7): ixelevaa tdv dQvlav avvna^i^ve fiot xbv ^dQXOvtav tmv 
datfiovliov xal 6i6oxa avtbvj r^v a<pQayl6av W | exiXevasv P | ne^tivai 
{nsQteXvat L) . . . %}}v ( — L) ^iolq. aitt. {avtbv I, avxBv H) A: rbv 0. ntxQtj- 
vac fiTj Gvv XL fiv^a avxov V, dXd-eZv xbv '0. avv x^ fiol^t} avxov B 6 sSo- 
xsv Uj 6i6o)xa Ch \ avrip: avxov C^ avtov VB \ xb Gip^ayldiov B | Xiywv: 
(p-qaav avtbv V, xal Anov I 7 xal — L | dvayayk I 1 cbrff. cb I | r 

6aiii,\ pr. Tidvxiov I, + ndvtoiv P, Xa^etv dnb xi^q ^aatXeiaq fiov Q 

C. III. MSS HILPVW = Recc. ABC. (13) c. Ill— XX g 'O 6h . . . ye- 
viaS-at om. Q 8 SaxtvXiov C 9 constanter scr. psXt,£povi^X H, ^eeXt^e- 

PoviX L I ^e1;6£X^sovX in ^seX^s^ovX con-. V | =^ H f. 5^ | BssX^.: 4-^^' 
^^ovra x^v paOiXsLav im xwv 6aLfi6va>v P, Sq ^v ^^a^x^'S '^^^ 6aifiovlii>v C 
add. insuper ^ex<ov xo xb ^affiXsl dv x(0 Y \ xal — P [ ^(ptj avx^ IPC 
Xsysc HL, + ahvbv H, -j- 6 (- V) Spviaq C | o (1°) HI: — LPC 
§ 2. 10 Xeysi avt(}> (— avx. H) A: dxovaaq %<pri ahxSi P, dxovaaq elnev ( 
i Xiys IPC: eUi H, dv^yysXs L | * L f. 9^2 | rlq: t/H, pr. rt ^ffriv L 
ovro^ AP : ^{rrdg C | Sj^: olv I | <Ti): + |MOi C 11 Xdysig: g>^q fioi P 
§ 3. xb daxtvXtov V, xw daxtvXlo) W | eiq AP: tTi^ C 12 xo) a^^oq^ 
xb ax^&si. W I ^sX^s^ovX W, ^sX^s^ov^X V | A^ywj^: A^yft ak(Sv H 
+ altw I I A^ytyv . . . ^aaiX. — L | dsvQO xaXsl HI | xaXetq (— fff) "^ 
I ^oA. o ^a(7. PV (pr. 6) I: |»atf. (JoA. H (pr. 6) W 



Ill, 4—7 ^eXsvaig zov Bes)X,e^ovX 1 7* 

AfitS^.* 4- * ^«fc dvixQa^ev 6 BssX^efiovZ cog ajco JtvQog ^Xoybg 

'^aiofiivrjg piByakrig xal dvactag ^xoXovB'fjasv avrS ftera fflag 

xal rjjid-B JtQog (is, 5* ^«^ Q'S ddov syco top agxovta rwv 6at- 

\ (lovlcop 6Qx6ftevov, edo^aaa tov d^aov xai sljtov' * ^Ev2.oyf]rog 

\ eI, xvQis 6 d'Eog o jtavzaxQarwQ o dovg rco jrai6i 6ov 2oXofiSvrt 

rrjv Tcov ocov d-QOVCOV Jtagedgov ooq>lav xal vjtora^ag eig e/ie 

MCav rrjv rmv daiiiovcov dvvafiiv.^ 6, xal a:n:i]Qcorfj<Sa avxov 

mi * sistov' ^Isye (loi, rig si at;;« o daL(i(ov * £9)??: ^sym sl^it 

BesXC^s^ovX xmv 6ai(iopl<x}v s^ccQxog,<i 7, aJt^tovv 6s xovrov 

3 ddiaXeijcrwg kyyv&ev fioi jtQOCsdgsvsiv xal sfi^avi^siv fioi r^v 

xata rmv 6ai[i6va)v (pavxaciav, avxog 6s [lot sjttjyyslXaxo Jtdvxa 



MSS HILPVW = Recc. ABC. 1 § 4. '^ V f. 438"^ | y.. dvex, HI: shcc 
; xQ&^aq L, avEx, de PC | 6 BssXC,,; rd Saifioviov (pmvfiv pLsydkriv L, + <p(ov^ 
(isydX^ P I <hq . . . ixsyaL L ( — fxeyaX.) H: scat ^d^^ixps gjkoya nv^bq xato- 
yihrjv fisydXfjv P, ksymv ravra' a>g and nv^dg <pXoybg xato^evriq fxoi fieyd- 
XijqC, d)q and' <pXoybq xaiofisvoql^ add. rubricam: ^ eXsvOtq ^sk^sfiovijk n^bg 
aoXofiovza H 2 '^xoX. aviQ> I {airtbv) H: ^xoXovB^ <; ahtib L, ^xoXovS-et 
'., x(j> 6Qvi(^ PC I ftsxa filaq — P 3 xal . . . fis — C | xal — L | ^Xd-e 
f IP: dn^Xd-sv HL | fj,6 I: tbv aoXofxiovca HL, aoXoftcova P | § 5. (14) x. Sq 
slSov H (— o}g) 1: ti>q de e'ldov P, xal (+ Sq V) iSbv 6s C, t6(hv de L 1 iySj 
HIC: — P, o aoX. L, + aoX. HI 4 i^xof^-' — P7 + ^Qoq fiS HI, + rbv 
pssX^epovX C, -f- ^al I | iSo^aos L | xvqiov r. ^ebv tov ovQavov xal yi^q 
nOf^Tjv P I slnev L | * P f. 3^ 5 ££, xv^ts: xvQtoq IL | Q-Ebq; + xov 
ohQavov xal xfjq yfjq L | Sovq . . . ac^. xal — I I cov — C 6 xBv a. 

d-QovoDV HW : xbv obv ^^ovov L, xb abv S-^ov- V, x<ov ao(pa>v P 7 naaav 
— H I r. daifx. A: xov 6ia^6Xov PC 1 r. 6vv. x. 6cap, P | § 6. (15) x. 
intj^cox, HI (ex -wr^a corr.) P*': inrjQiox, 6h C, ;^. en^^mxTjasv H | * I f . 81*^^ 
1 ffvrwv H, avx^v V 8 ;<:. fZ;iov PC (— xtxl) H: — I, Xdyoiv L | * W 

f. 268^ I Xeye fxoc — L | fAot — P | xig el av: %lq elalv L. \ av — PW | 
Salfitov: xal a \ * H f. 5^ | 's^tj- ^sydix Xiyer iyo) I, Xeyco H 9 BesX^.: 
pr. (5 IL, H- PV I Saif^.: Sm^6vo)v HI, + ndvxoiv W | o — LPW | %^aQ- 
yoq: d^'/oiv V, dgx^ ^ I § ?■ dn^, . . . nQOoed. ego: dnrjft. . . . dSiaXvn. 
{-XiiTtccog Is, -XeinxQtq Kurz) eyyvS-h (xoi nQoedQSveiv I, dnijxiiv . . . ddiaXiinxmg 
Byxvd-h iioi nQOsSQG^eiv H, dnrivxovv d'k ovtov d6iaXrjnx(oq n^oeS^eveiv ^y- 
yi^sv fiOL L, andvx(o)v) 6h xovx{a)v) oh diaXmo <C iyxrjS-sv [loi nQoasd^i- 
psiv V, («7rj^. . . . ddiaX. — W) h^yyxtaxd ^ov nQOOSpQEveiv (/9 forte in 6 corr.) 
W, anavxEq d'k ol fiaifxovsq eyyiaxev fiov nQoedQevovai P 10 ifXipavl^si LW, 
iipavl^st V, i(ig)avit,(o P ) ^ot — IP 1 r. xctra (iwerd L) r. datjM. ^javr. A: 
sxKffrov SalfiovOQ t. ^jwvr. P, ^vog hxdaxov daifxovoq (pavxaalaq C 11 avx. 
. . . ^nrjyy, {insiyystXs L) . . . nvevfx. AP: m^yy. fioi. Sh avx. navx. x. 6ai- 
liovia C 

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1 8* nsgl tjjg 'OvoaxsklSog III, 7— IV, 4 

ra axaO-aQra Jtvavftata dyayetv JCQog (is diOfiia, xal iyoi jraliv 
ado^aCa * rov &sbv rov ovgavov xal t^^ 7^5 svxc^Qtdtcov avtm 

IV. Exvd-Ofirjv 6h rov daifiopog si ten Saifiovwv d-^ksia, 
5 rov 6a g}i^aavrog alvai affovXogirjv alSavai. 2. xai axsXd-mv 
BaaX^a^ovX sdai^i fioi rfjv 'OvoOxaXlda iioQ(p7]v sxovOixv JtaQixaXXTJ, 
^xal difiag yvvaixog svxQcorov, xv^fiag 6s '^(iiovov? 3. aXd-oid^M 
6a avTTJg jtQog (is aiJtov * avrfj' y>XaYS (loi ((v rig aL<i 4. jj 6e 
t(pri' ^sym OvoOxsXig xaXovfiai, Jtvavfia Cs6w(iaTojtoi?](iavop * 
JO gxoXavov kiti rrjg yiqg' av 6Ji7]Xalotg fiav sxo:) ttjv xarolxrjaiv^ 



MSS HILPVW = Recc. ABC. X ayay&vh | n^og fis: fiiatW \ Sea/i. 
cLy. /J.6 V I dsofi* LPV: Sla^oia'B. {dsafxtcc conj. James), dedefxiva 1, — W | 
fyci) PC: — A 2 * L f . lo^i | rov . . . yrfg: zdv navtoxQaxOQo: GapacbS" L | 
sv^. ahv, navz. H [navxa <:) V: xal fv;ifa^£a'rt5 avr, navi. P, — ILW 

C. IV. MSS HILPVWT°V°W°Glm = Recc. ABCC°; cf. infra Rec. C XI 
I — 6, supra Intro.^ IV id), 2c), pp. 31—33. 1. 4 (16) 'Env^, 6b'. pr. ska L, 
+ ^yoi C I de — P I tov Saifi.: pr. naQO. P, pr^ y.al ^QQ)t?iaa rov dal(xova\ 
^eel'Qe^ovX I | Sai^, — H | Invd-, 6h z. Saifi.: dQCDtTj&slg 6h 6 peeX'i^s^ovX 
(ins^djTTjaa 6h iycb rdv p. W°) dg dw^avgahX {iXz^tavtprjhl V°) xaXsVcat na^' 
ifiov (Ss . . . dfxov: 6 xal xliavipihX T°) C° | ft' daiv V° | 6^ — T° j daiii. 
S^ijX, ego: daifA. ^Xia 'dyyiog I, d-vXiav H, S^Xsa syyiog ^fj.^v L, iv avzotg 
d^Xsiai P, xat d-Z/Xsta mXea T°) daifiovia C° (— xal) CGlm 5 tov: tov- 
TOV LT° I 6h: + fxot PCW° 1 i^ovXofirjv: pr. xay(i) W, xdyca e'lnov ^S-s- 
XovV I slShcci AP: idstv CC°G\m \ §2. ($ — PV 1 6 BssXt,. AC: 6 
zoiovzog W°, on ovvog V°, 8rt ovvSg T°, — Glm, + zccxv P 6 ddsi,^. (loi A: 
^vfy;c^ ^oi T°, ^vfyp^f 7r^<5e ^f P, V^vsyxe IfinQoa^BV fnov CV°W°Glin | ^Ovoax. 
AP: dvoaxeXovv WC°Glm (-Xov V), + xaXovfih'rjv T°W° {-svtj) Y° \ sxovaa 
HLT°VV° I Tis^ixccXX^ Kurz: nsQixaXfj HIPIs, -aX-^iv WW°Glm (sic), nSQineg- 
xaXii L 7 xaX . . . ^jUtoj'. — A, add. rubric. ^dXsvOig trig dvoaxeXldag n^dq 

aoXo/xiovTa H | dsfiag ego: d^fzav V, di^fxa W James, 6soficc P, Geafiav C° \ 
xvfjfi^ dh fiiov, W° {fit(bvov) W {fjfii&v) VV°: fiv/jfxog dh fjfxlovog T°, ;tfaA xf^a- 
Tt^ovaa T^v xe<paX^v P | xvi^fifjv Glm | § 3. (17) Glm deest 8 ds — T° 
I TiQog fie Ih ifiev) H: xal Idov W, — VVa \ e'lnov AW: 'dtpi^v-PC", £<ptV 
I *'Mg 1321 I avz^iv hWC° I Afcyf /iOf.: ;.^j/ft>i' V°W° | au — P | zl? si 
(TV H I § 4. ^ dc IV'?' ^^fiV?/ elner L 9 IV'?: P^- <"0i PC, -}- ^uot V°W°, 
£9)7/v \V I ^yw: ^ I, iyo) Is. | 'Ovoff;^. P: dvooxeX^g V°, -A(^e) V, ^vocrxt- 
USa A, (JvocrpsfAof^ T°WW° | asacofiatiOTi. W°, aeaaJficczoTujeifxeva) V°, (yeao^- 
fxazconsnoirifiivov P, aeacoixartofxevov nenoii^f-iivov HL, asaoy/iazcofievov IT°, 
nenoirifiFVOv W (-/^crcy) V, ffe/Jo/zarw (?) 7i£7iOi .Fl | =^ H f. 6^" 10 (pwXevov 
P: tpoXevwv HW°, 9>oAfi;w LCT°V°, 9)o;.eo»^ I, + ^e T°V° ] ^r annXaloig M 
TTJg yfjg L | tV . , . xaioix. I (l/or) H: aniiXaiov olxdt {oIjcov V) (^v (Tti)?- 
Aa/oig T°) ^5-a xqvoLov xelzai CC°, om)XaLOv fxoi /ovatov hd-a xetfiai P | 



IV, 4—7 ^^0^ ^^^ ^OvooxeXidoq I9* 

s^ca 6s jtoXvjtolxiXov tqojiov, 5. jcorh (ihv avd-Qconov * nviycD^ 
jtoth dh djto Tfjg g)v<isa)g cxoXid^ca avrovg. * td 6e jtXeiOta 
icxi fioi olxritriQia XQTjftvol CnrjXata q)aQayYeq, 6. jtoXXaxtg 6e 
I m ovyyivofiat rotg dvd^Qcojtoig wg yvvaixa elvai fts vofil^ovtsg, 
, jcQo Jtdvxcov ds rotg iisXiXQOOtg on ovtot CwaCxgoi fiov slciv, 
ml yctQ * TO dOTQOv fiov ovroi Xdd-ga * * xal g)aPSQwg jtQooxv- 
vovct xal ovx oMaoiv on eavrovg ^kdjcrovai xal jiXbIov [i6 xa- 
xovgyov slrat sQsdi^ovGtV 7. d^ekovai ydg did trig fiv^firjg XQ^- 
olov jtOQi^Etp, sya> 6s JtaQsxo:) oXlyov rotg xaXSg fis jtQo6xv- 



MSS H1LPVWT°V°W° = Recc. ABCC°. 1 l/w: e^cov H | noXvTt, T^on, 
APC°: xal noXvTtolxtXa XQonaia (forte ex xQbna coit.) C | § 5. ,«sv HIPT°i 
iJg LCV°W° I dv&^coTiovg PCC° | dt ayxovtjg 7ivlya> av&^conovq C [ * P 
f . 4^ I 7tvlya>: + di dyx^vfjg'P^ -\- ihg 6l «y;(^VJ?s V**W° 2 avxovq vno 'T° 
"I vtJQ — H I (pvGSwq: — W, -\~ Eiq dyxdtvaq P, inl iyxQ)v{a}v) CT°, (Sviov) 
W, inl iyxaivti) V° | axoXid^ia LT°: 6xeliaC,<o HIIs, GxioXiaQo) V° , axoXuc- 
Imv V, axolid^^wv W"W°, axoDki^xia (ad marg.), (pcoXsvo) (in textu P) ] ai- 
■xovg — P I * T° f. 7^2 I Y^ (J^ HP: — ICC°, rovq 6e L 1 viXsiar. . . olx7]t.. 
nX. tatafiat oixtjX'^Qiov H, nXEiaxovg eceaiv otxrix^Qtcc L, nXetara fiot olxr}- 
h^iQia sldL P {— eiai) T°, TtXsTaxa ds iavlv fioi olxrix'^Qia xsxQV/xf^iva VW. 
TtXeicza fxoi dh eatai olxTjx-^Qia W°, 71A. iaxca (in ioxrj coit.?) fzt] olxrixi}Qia V°, 
noXldxig 6b oixa> I 3 xqti^v. ajtrjX, <paQayy, P: x^vfivotg on^laiov 

wdQayysg H, ^sx<o XQ^ftvovg xal aifi^Xaloig qia^ayysg 'Lj iv xQVfivotg iv 
pTtriXaioLg iv (pa^dyyoig I, anrjlaia xal xQTJftvovg xal (pdQayxai C, — C° 
4 § 6. xal — HL | yvvri P | sivat fis vofx. (1. vofjiiC^ovail) H: vofx. fie 
slvai I, ^jfxai vofj.. L, /xs sivat CC°, doxovaa elvai P 5 Tt^o navx. ILPC: 

TiQbg ndvxa H, jiQb {itQbg T°W°) 6b X(bv aXX(ov C° | xolg fxshx, i*: tov^' 
fisXtxQoovg CV°W°, rov^ ^t^a/^oov^ HT°, xovg (leXavoxQoovg L (ex ^eXaxQ- 
corr.) I, Tou? (Uf AcfVTOx^ooug (in textu, iiBXiXQOOvg ad marg.) Is | Zxi — L | 8t£ 
ourot HI: ovxoi yaQ PCC°, +;?«& CW°, +^ov ;?«* V° | avvaax, fiov daiv ILT°W° : 
daiv Gvv. fxov H ] fzov: (xoi P, — CV° 6 xal . . . dax^.: k. xb Egxqo T° 
I yap — L I * I f. Si'^ I TiQoax. Xad-. r.. iva^yscog {(pavBQog V) CW° 1 
Aa^. TtQoax. ovxoi T° [ * * L f. 10^2 | ^avsQO, HL 7 p^at ou^c . . . jr^off- 
;«;»'. (1. 9f): — C° 1 ov;i ot(J. dxi — I | tJri — L | bavxojg C, avrot'C P | 
^kanx, AP: a7t«ra>vrai C | xal nXstov . . . ngooxvv. (1. 9 s.): — I | nXeiov. . . 
^QB^,: TtX. . . ^B&i^^ovatv H, nXsloiv fisv xaxovQyoq eivat QeO-i^ovaiv L, nXsZov 
fis xaxovQystv S^BS-l^ovaL P, nXyfieXwq xaxovQyovg i^EQ-l^ovacc C 8 § 7. S-eX. 
PV; ^eAovaa W, 5-fAovTfe HL | ycc^ — L | 6td . . . x.qvoLov\ avxovq iivri- 
firiv xov XQVolov L 9 Tiopi?. HLP: TCo^l^Ead-at C | iyoj . . . TCQoax. HP: 
i^yft) yuQ 7ta^6XO)v 6X. xoZq xaXslq' fihv nQoax. L, xovq xe naQEXEiv dXiyotg, 
xolg xal xaXovfzsvoig, n^oax. W, xf]q xb 6b naQEXtv bXiiyqg xfiq XExaXovfisvTjg 
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^^£QXVi^ V ^^ sljcav ^BV xapOaZ^pcOj diori xal ev CBlrjVd to. 

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XXsvrjv avra XoyicdfiEvoq BxiXavCa 6XQaxLCOTr}v XQOvdai avt^v. 
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6ofiBvrig cot 6o<plag xov d-Bov.^ 12. xal eIxov x6 ovofia xo\ 

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yswdas T°, ysvaax <. V°, yEvaazai V, ysvaaS-ai WW°, yevvaoa [aa transvers^ 
linea del.) P | einev AT°: fioi 's^rj P {^q)ijaE) C, a(pri' fioi V°, B<pn W° 

2 axaiQov . . . ovQav.: axaiQ, t. xaL iyxoavi^g C, axQoaxijq xaXovfisvrjq (-/xe- 
vov L) Vixov ov{Qa)vov A, axaiQOv xov xaXovfxevov V^^ov c^v{d'Q(hn)ov P, ^tiq- 
aapehl (^sigaa^ei V°, ^rj^w^es T°) iTtTtiscr^g (+ xal V°W°) xp??|U«rtx^s C^ 
explicit narratio parallela codd. mss. T°V°W° | fioXv^dov. fioXvySov H, ^oX^iiov 
conj. Cr, ftoXl^Sovg Bncn | <pQ)vfjq HL ] K^j^vrogP: dt^evreg C, a<pLBVXBq^ 

3 ^v vA^; ix'fivri "V, ixei'voi W | § 9 (19) fZ;tov HI: ^siprjaa C, f^)?; LP | 
fJe: d' iyco P, + iya> C | auz^v W, avxa l. \ iv ~VC \ iv 7t. aaxQ.: k 
T&v aoxQfov L 4 de: + ^wof P | iv (i°): — PC ] navasL ILP: Trojnr 
asXrivo) H, ^avae^Tyvjoc C, + aaxQO) P | dio I | (J/oTt . . . aeX^v^ — C 
per homoeoteleuton | ^v aeXi^v^ I: iv CfA^j'cy HL, ^ oeXi^vi] P 5 TtXelml y 
odevQ} W: dde^co V, Sdsvwv H, ddfvft P, Tiotoi ;««£ dSevco L | § 10. lytJ* tfs 

— W I f2;iov HIW: Xsyo) PL, + cJe W, + avr^/v LW, + n^dg alx^v P li 
c^ij dh iyo) avx^v V | xal noTog iaxlv 6 HyyeXog 6 P | itoXog: pr. xal L 

I ^ffriv: J' ^g H, — C | <5 — H | pfara^yw V 6 ^ de HIPW: d rf^ L, 
xal V I c^;; HLV: sins PW, Aeyft I, + /^oi P | 6 xal , . . xayo) — L. | 
o — H I xal — PC I paaiX. W: paaiXivg V, ^aatXsvatj I, ^aaiXsvsiv H, 
(iaaiXsvwv P § II. 7 ;^A6rj?v ILFW: x^f^'?*' H, ;fA£^;7 V | aM IL: 

avTctiv H, — PC I oxQaxi<bxagC 8 Xsyo)'. iycoV \ fiaaiXevgy, ^aaiXevq 
aoXofiojv L I fy(h I: xdyat HL, — PC | vTcdi dnd C | vjtd xfjg'. dn&xrig h) 
9 aoi: TjgY^ — L | xov: ix C | § 12. x, shtov ego: «. vTrd P, ehcov HIC, 
^ L, V7td (in textu, e^Trov ad marg.) Is | xo dvofia — P 10 aylov 

XoQa)^X A: dyyiXov "Iwr^X PC, aylov 'imiiX Is | (20) xal C: iyo) Sh P, 
f5id A I ixeXevaa: ^xdXeaa C | v^J^fiv: v?J^»? V, + xX6&eiv W, jJ^vc^- 
^■ftv H I x}jv xdvva^iv Bncn: x. xdva^iv LP, t. xavd^rjv IW, r('^v) xavd^fl V, 
cv T7 xavd^T] PI I * L f . 10^1 | slg , . . xdvva^iv (p. 21, 1. 3): fZra Aa^wr 
axoivtov d^aag xov dxXovfisvov dcq>aX(bg L, — W | xd axoivla HV: Ta(7Xt- 
ri(a?^) I, Trts axoivlag Is, t«^ axolvovg P 



' IV, 1 2—V, 4 c^evoig zov Aofiodalov 2 1 * 

^dwivia rov sQyov rov vaov rov deov, xal ovrcog 0<pQayt6d-ev 
'■ xd dsd'Bv xaxriQyri&ri Sets icfrdvai vvxra xal rjfiEQav vrjd^ecv rip 

\ V. Kal sTCsksvCa * dx^^i^ccl fioc irsQOV dalftova' xal rjyaye 
tfioi 'AOfiodaiop rov jtovriQCQ) dalfiova dsdefiivov, 2. xal sjtfjQd- 
txrioa avxov »0v rig sl;<i 6 6s djceiXTjrixov ^Xi^fia glrpag 
\Xsyei' ^€fv 6s rig si;<f- 3. xal sLotov avx^' ^ovxwg xsxificoQijfisvog 
lajto'AQlp'^];<^ 6s x^ avxS ^Xififiaxc xQOCimv sijts fioi' >jtmg 
■ 6%(o 001 djtoxQtd'rjvai; 6v fisv vtbg dvd-QcoJzov si, xdym dyyiXov, 
.} tdi 6ia d-vyaxQog avd-QotJtov sysvv'^d-7]Vy * moxs ov6sp vjisgrj- 
<pavov Qfj^a ovQavlov ysvovg JtQog yriysviq, 4. to aOxQov fiov 



|. MSS HILPVW = Recc. ABC. 1 r. LQy. x. v.: iv ra> epyw rov xxla^a- 

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OipQayiGiibv) Y, G<pQayiaaq IP 2 xal Ssd-hv ego: /.. SoS^hv V, x. dKoS^hv H, 

!■/.. di^aag avx^v P, — I | xarrj^y. HIV: ixaxijQy. P, + to daifxoviov V ' | 
satr.vc- V, laxaaS-ai in loxdvai corr. P | vvxxcc x. r^fx. v. x. xavd^eiv IV, 
vvxxdg X. ^fiSQaq v. x, xava^. P, vr'j^v x. xavd^etv i^^egav x. vvxxav H 
3 xuvva^tv FlMg 

C. V. MSS HILPVW=Recc. ABC. 4 (21) Z«t(i°): xoxe L | * PI 
f. 7^, P f . 4^ I hx. datfi. HW: pr, xal W^ hx. Sai^oviov PVIs, axj-ga 6ai{x6- 
via. IL, add. rubric. bXsvoiq dafioSlov TtQoq aoXo/x(bv(xa) H | x. ^y. fxoi 
! — L I ^lyayh . . . dsds/^i. HI ( — tjy. fxot) L: svd'SODg fioi TtQoriXd'SV dal/xcov 
j aa/xoSiog (ex -atoQ corr.) deSefisvog P, ^axiv ivxccvd'a C 5 § 2. b7i7]QQ}T(ov C 
I 6 rfe — H I aTtsi^. pi. ^t\p> ego: dTtoXvxixov SXe^a Qiipaq H {Qiip.: Ttgos- 
nioiQsrpaq TtQoq fis) L, aTtTjXtxdv d'fi(fx)a glxpaq C, pXoav^dv ^Xa^a pXsxpag 
IBIs {pXsfjLfxa Kurz), ^sxd Sv^ov xal oQyfjg ifxpXhpag ^f P 7 Xeysi HI: 

t-tpri PC, — L I ov . . . avxio — A | rfe — C | § 3. avzoi^ C | ovxwg 
PW: oizog V, xal ovxog A | xezifx. P: xsxcfiw^ijfiiva C, xexoj^rjfiivog XL 
{■(Dfisvog) H 8 dnoxQ. APV: dnexgld-riv W, -f- ^ot P, + Xay <! L | ()c 
+ naXLv H | tcJ) . . . tiqogx-'- tw aiJTw p.6(XfjLa tiqogx. I, to avro pXs/xaxi H, 
ti (—V) cfvroi! pX£fXfj.aTi 7tQoax<bv^ {nQbaax^v)^^, fier^ d^yt^gV \ fZyrf HI: 
i(pij C, P.e'yft P I (xoi — C | Ttibg: pr. dXXa PC 9 £;i;w — P | dno- 
y.Qi^(j) P I (.Cgv: yuQ P, + ydQ C | wv^p. vtog P | ft — LC | xdyo) A: 
^yw (Je PC I dyyslov G: ayj/fAou aTtOQO. P, ayyeAog €t//i (S?j«^v H) A 
10 xal IL: — HP | xal . , . ytjyevfj (1. 11) — C | ^vy. dv^Q. IP; dvya- 
xkQ(jiv dvd-Q(b7C(DV HL I tyevv. LP: Sysvv^^Tjg I (pr. av) U \ * I f. 82^ | 
wffT6 ILP: tlrf PI I ovdlv — L 11 yrjyev^ L: yrjyav^v I, ya/fvcjv L Is 
errore, yjjysvovv vel -ou^ H, y^ysvaXg P (in textn) Is [ § 4. to: pr. (Sid xai P, 
pr. rbv 6h C 



V 3: Sap. VII I. Gen. VI 1—4 



22* anoic^caiq zov 'AafxoSaiov \\ 4—7 

£v ovQavm g)coXsv£i xal ot avdQwxoi fie xalovCiv afia^aPj 01 6h 
Tov dgaxovToytoda' 6ia rovto xal (jttxQorsQa aOrga OvfiJtaQsiGt 
Tip £fim a6rQq)j xal yag xov JtaxQoq fiov xo d^lwfia xal 6 d^Qo- 
voq lisxQt orjfiSQOv ev xq> ovgavof Icxiv. S- :^oXXa rfe ^?J ^we 

5 £QG)xaj 2oXo[i^Vj xal * yag xo ^aat^etov 0ov diaQQayrjasxai ev 
xaiQw xal avxfj 6ov ?) 66^a jtQoCxaigog sOxi xal oXlyov * XQ^^ov 
^aCavicai ruiag 'ix^t^j xal JtaXtv vofiijv 8x<XifiBV * ejt avd-gmjio- 
X7]xa (D0xe Cs^ecd^at -^(lag mg d-sovq, firj ytvojdxovxmv xmv av- 
^Qcojtcov xa ovofiaxa xSv xad- ruimv x6Tayfisva)V ayyeXlcov,^ 

10 6. Eyco dh ^oXofiSv axovCac, xavxa hxtiislicxegov avxhv 

dsdfisvaag hxeXsvCa ga^6lC.s0B'ai xal djtoXoyrjd-7]vai xiq xaXslxai 
xal xiq rj egyacLa avxov, 7. 6 dalfiov sIjibv »£/{» 'Aofiodatoq 

MSS HILPVW = Recc. ABC. 1 (pwlsvst IPC: (poXevsiv H, noXxrtevH L, 
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avfXTidgjsiai XL: avfAndgt^v H, naQiaxavxai C 3 t. ^. aox. C: xo Sfxdv 

aaxQov A | y,ai yoLQ . . . daxiv: — P, xccl 6 xov nax^dg d^Qovoq ^gxIv xo 
d^latfxa iv ovQavoj C ] ydQ IL: — H | (aov HL: — I | B-qovov PI, + f^ov L 
4 fxex^i: -\- xrj H \ (18%* 07]fji. — I | xio — I | daxiv: Sh H \ § 5. no).. 
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?C: iTtSQwxaq {'(ozdq 1:} A \ ^oX,A:—¥C \ x. yag A: 'kt ical'P | *H 
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7} 66^a GOV avxri H 1 nQoan. iaxiv rj 66^a aov P | ngoaa. iatt: ngbq /mi- 
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f. 438V I ^?yp' A: dq P, Tigdq C, + X7)v PC 8 Bsovq: + d'vraq PV, Sv 

teg W I yivdja'AOvxa H, -ovxeq W, -ovxoq V | ribv: xov H, — L 9 xk 

— L I xaQ^ ijf/.(bv HIV; sca^Sfxcvwv L, fied-^ ^}xcbv W, xa^^ f^fxaq P 

§ 6. MSS HILP = Recc. AB. (22) c. V, 6-- VI, 10 iy^ 6e ... xov ^Xlov 
om. C (=s VW) per homoeoarcton 10 xavxa dx, P | aur. dsafx. HL: «uT. 
ideafxevaa xal I, deo"/^. aur. P, H- xal ndXiv 7teQla(pi(y)^ov avxov xov dxkov' 
,uevov xdq x^^Q^^' ^^'' i^oQxiaov avxov xov i^eXQ-elv xal tvtpaq xfj xs<paX^ 
xov dxXovfxivov /xexd xdXafiov xal f/.exd d^xixov Xiyst ^£^sX&€ novtj^dv 6ai- 
f^wviov hn bvbixaxi xov x{vQio)v' xal xov naidbq aoXo/x&vxoq' xal L 11 ^a^6.\ 
ahxbv QavdiQ. PI, ahxbv dgyi^sa&ai L, fxaaxlt^sad-at ^ovvsvQoiq P | dnoXo- 
yetaS-ac P | xiq: nwq I | xaXet as (L xaXstaai) H 12 avxov — H 
§ 7. 6e 6<pri fxoi P 

C. V 7: cf. Tob. Ill 8; VI 14 f. 



V, 7 — 10 anoxQiatq tov ^Aofiodalov 23* 

xa/iovfiai ^jtegixXvTog' oldalvoftai^ xaxovgylav dj^O^Qwjtwv ev oXco 
T^ xoCiicp, veoi^vfiqxxiP sjti^ovkog sifii' JtaQd-ivcav xdXXog d<pa- 
vl^co ^ccl xagdlag aXlotco,^ 8. s<p7]v dh avx^' * ^fiovrj avrrj (Sov 
ri EQYacla;<f^ * o de xa?uv Xeyee' »6ia xmv adTQmv ^Crgcovo) 

5 d^r^Xviiaviag xal ejceira elg zQixvfilaq^ xal ewg ejcza eq)6psv0a.^ 
* 9. xal ovTwg Sgxtaa avtbv to ovojia xvglov ^a^amd^' ^(po^Ti- 
^fjti, 'AdfioSaiBj xov d-aov xal sijti (loi ev Jtoico ayyiXcp xaxag- 
yfi^atA o daiiicav Xsyei' ^Pag)a^X o Jtag£6xa>g svcojciov xov 
d'sov' 6ccox6i 6e (is xal rjjtag fisra x^^V^ IxO'Vog sjtl xgoxivtDV 

10 avd'gdxcav xajtpiC,6fiepop.<^ 10. sjtr]g<6tr](ia jcdkip avxop Xiymp' 
T>liri xgvip'^g dut s(zov grj^a, 6x1 iym slfzi IJo?.oficop vlog Aaveld, 

MSS HILP =* Recc. AB. 1 teaXov I | itSQixlvtoq ego: iteQiHQvxoq I, 
nsQVXQVxoq H, nsQiscQlxriv L, TtciQCi ^QOXoXq P, 1. forte TteQi'/CQiXoq (i. q. tieqI 
et HQix6q)y excellentissimus? | oiSaiv. . . xoo^cp: — P 1 oUalvo^xai ego: el 
6ai vs (xai H, sldspsfiai Tcal L 7^6vvofX€ct I | xaxovQylaq I | ^v . , x6ofi(p 
ante nsQtxXvxoq ponit I 2 vsovv{x<p. . . Tta^Q-.x xal ^ i^yaala (/.ov iaxl zd 

tovq v£Ovvfx<povq ini^ovXEvsiv ftfj avfxfxiy^vat^ xal navxsXcoq a7tox<o^lZo> M 
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; itaQva., S- supra ;r et supra a (2°) scr. H | xdXXoq P: xdXoq HI, xalibq L 

I xal — I I 3 § 8. (23) eqji] H | 6h: J' dyaj P | ^Gtpt]v dh avx^i xal ndXtv 
flnov L I * hie explicit pagina non omnino scripta cod. ms, I 

MSS HLP =« Recc. AB. 3 xal fxovy L ^ovmv H | avxri . . igy.i aov 
^ i^y. ^daxiv avtri P 4 L f . ii^i | ndXiv — P | kiysi, P: Xtywv H, 
i<pri L, + ^01 P I diet x<bv . . . Eipovsvoa: ne^KpiQo) avd'^Q)7tovq slq Xvaaav 
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<p6vovq ifiTiXaxi^aeaS-ai V \ axQOivm ego: '^IcxQOv L, — H, cf, Dleterlch, Unters, 
p. 220, 230f., 1. fortasse oiotQm^. 5 &vXi}iavlaq L, — H 6 * H f. 8^ 1 
§ 9. (24) xal . . . avxov : dgxiaa dh txvvo) P | rw dvofxaxt L | <popri9:\ Xiyiov 
pr. P, add. L 7 r. d-sov da^oSaXe P | ev — P | ^x nolov dyyiXov L | 
xaxagy^ av P 80 rfat^u. Xsy.: 6h %(pri P | Xiyotv H | 6ia Qa<pa^X xov 
dQX(xyy€Xov xov naQeox&xoq ivojniov xov d-^Svov xov $-eov P | naQsaxixbq L 

9 f^e (Je H I xal — P | Ix^^'oq rjnaQ xal xoX^ P | r^naQ — L | {(XE)xa 
XoX^q L: ovv xoX-^iv H | inl xoqxivwv dvS^Q. xanv. H, xa7ivi<^6fi£Voq inl 
xoQxlvov dvd-Q, L, ^7il fivQixlvo) avS-^axt inixanviC,6^£va P, + xal Xa^(hv xal 
Xa^mv (sic) b dvayivojaxtov x^v aylav diaS^i^xr^v xavxriv Ix^oq xoX^v xanvi- 
caq (III litt. perierunt, fortasse vTto vel zdv) dxXovfxsvov Xiy((ov)* Siwxei as 
(ia^a^X 6 nagsaxixdq ivtontov xov ^eov' Xsyis) xovxo xgeXq xal Rq^ov L 

10 § 10. insQojxojv de avtbv L | ndXiv iyej P | Xiyc*v H: Xayo) L, — P 

II oxt ... Aaveid'. dxi iydj sXixpa ^^solav xov yEigSacu ndwaq xovq Salfxo- 
vaq L, H- paaiXiwq 'I(<SQa)^X P 

C. V9: cf. Tob. VI i7f,; VIII 2f. 



24 anoxQioiq xov ^Aa^odatov V, 10—12 

scat slTte fioi to ovo(ia xov l^B-vog ov av 0s^'^.<i 6 6h Xiysr »t6 
ovofia X6x?.7]tai yXavtq' ■ sv rotg Jtorafiotg rSv *Aoovqi€qv ev^l- 
axExai' fiopog yap sxst yswaraij ore xdyw ep totg fisQeaiv kxel--l 
voiq EVQtOxoiiatA ii. xal ?Jy<x) avrw' ^ovdhv ereQov Jtaga CoVy 
5 ACfio6atE\<i xal sljta fior y>8jtlaTarai ?) dvpafiig rov d-sov rov 6ia 
rrjg avrov apQayldog dedfiEvCavrog fiE dXvrotg deOfloig on ajteg 
cot eIjiov dXTjO-rj siaiv. dgico 6e Ce, ^a6i7.Ev Uo?.ofimVj //jj fie 
xaxaxQiv^g slg vdoyg,^ 12, ayo) 61 ^lEididoag eIjzoV »g^ xvgtog 
d-Eog Tcov jtaxEQcav (lov * 6l6rjQa EXEig (poQECat xal jcriXov xot^- 
^o 6£tg alg oXr}v r^v axEvrjv xov vaov dvaxQiffcov xtjv xoQ7]yiav x^g xm- 
(ir]g.<i xal ExiXEvCa yevEOd-ai vdQiag dixa xal JtEQtx<DVVvcd-ai avxov. 



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fj did > . , dEOfXEVGaoa Crti- Q fie — H | * H f. 8^' 7 gol P James: gv 

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(iV(ov (1. .(^vo)) xavtrjv diaS-t^xrjv slxa XdyEi 6 dvayivd)GxQ)V' Zxi ol6r]Qa ^ii^iQ 
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noGi GOV P, 1. fortasse r. xo(>. TKtg xof.KXig'^ 11 >r. ^;^eA.: d;f5A. dh L | ye- 
vBG^ai H: dx^fjvat L, So^vai avxw P ] cJepfct v<5^. ipEQEiv vSodq P | ;f«t 
. . . «iJr6v — P I TiE^ixtovaiod'ai H | avr^v: + xal Xa^wv o dvayi- 
VQJGicmv ix xo)v XEGodQwv yovcwv rov vaov' xov dsGnoxixov x^Q^yh"^ (^' ^^^*) 
ix xfjg inixEifxivijg vXrjg xal xvxovg (1. xelxov^) xal XQixpag ainov xal noiyoag 
■ipriXbv' slxa Xa^Bv vS^iag Sixa ye^iaxai im x^v /cop^/y/av xal oxaXd^ag dno 
hxaGXrig vdQiag xal ntjXbv XQ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ fxixonov xov dxXovfiivov xal tbv 
noycDva xal xix>v Svo dziwv slxa dnoyvfxvoiGag xbv dxXov/.tEvov xal dvaxQbpag 
ahxov dXov X(b G&fia fXExd xtjg x^Q^Y^^^ ^^^ "^^^ df.«pa?.ov xal ^vco elxa d 
dvayivojGxwv ndXiv tfjv avco xavrrjv diad-t'jxTjv I. 



/, 12— VI, 3 dnofcgiaig tov BesX^e^ovX 25* 

id deivmg Creva^ccg o dalficov xa xeXevOdevxa avzbv TcaretQ- 
fa^ero, tovto 6h sjtolrjos diotc xal xo JtQoyvcoCxixov slxsv 6 
dofodaiog, 13. xal kdo^aoa xov O-eov sym UoXofi(5v xov dovxa 
loi xfjv s^ovciav xavx7}v' xo 6b rjjcag xov Ix^ovg xal xr^v xoXfiv 
isra xXaGfiaxoq ^oxvQaxog Xsvxov vjtHxaiov xov Acfiodatov^ 6ia 
:o slvat avxov Svvaxov, xal xaxrjQystxo avxov tj <pa)vf} ^xal 
tXriQriq odovg jcixgiag? 

VL Kfxi £XsX£v6a jtaXcv Jtagacx^vai sfijtQOod-sv fiov xov 
BbbX^s^ovX xal JCQooxad-lCag sdo^e fioi ejtsQO[)x^0at avxov *6ta 
d dv fiovog aQXG)P xmv 6ai[i6voi>v\^ 2. 6 6h Xiyet f/ot' T^dia 
:o [lovov /i£ vjtoX£ig)d-7ivai xtnv ovQavimv ayyiXcov. lym yag 
<j(iriv ev Jtgdxoig ovgaviog ayysXog o jtgoOayogsvofcsvog BseX^s- 
hvX, 3. xcu fist sftov dsvxsgog ^ad-eog op exexajis^ 6 d-eog, xal 
wv xaxaxXEidd-slg mds ^xgaxsl xb^ ev Tagxagm x<p dsCfi^ sfiov 



MSS HLP = Recc. AB. 1 deiviog: inxgibq H | tci/tov L: ^oi P, — H | 
!«T£ipy. LP: scaxriQXiC,i:Xo H 2 (Je — L | inoiTjas HLBn: inotTjaa P | 

kozr. on L | seal — H | t^ TiQoyv. slxBv H: nQoytv(JDaxo)v' sl^sv L, ta 
tiXXovza ^6ei nQoyvcoartxdq aif, r^ x^^Xenov daifiovtov P | — H 3 § 13. 
;b2 — L I ^y<y troA. ido^. t. ^. xov ohgavov a, xi^q yrfq H ( 6 aoX. L 
: ^^ova, ravx, HL: ao<plav xov dovXov avxov P. + Yva vnoyvwat fjfiTv ol 
kiixovEQ L I xoXtjv avxov P 5 fiexa . . . v7te?eaiov: fx, xXao. aoDQaxXwXov 
vel GTVQax-) Etnsv xal H, fx. xXaoxo^ia' avQiaxXoixov xal slitov L, ^. xaXa- 
dov axvQaxoq Xvwv VTCsxaiov P | Xevxov ego: 1. forte Xwxov \ xca aafxo- 
m H 6 xal P: — HL | xaxtj^yelxw P, xaxi^Qyfjxai H, xax^^ystxov L 
^ . . . niXQcaq ( — xal) H: ^ <p. x. nXiiQOxq oSov nix, L, fj fpogr^v oq nt- 
•Qia P, ^ a(pOQ7]Toq itixQia P*^ (ad marg.) 

C. VL MSS HLP = Recc. AB. (26) ^ naQaox^aai'B. \ EfiUQ. fiov: fioi 
pLTiQ. P 9 BefA?.: 4- xbv c(p;fOVTa xG>v datfiovlcov P | tiqoox, . . . aviov 
5L: iTttxaS-i^aaq inl ^ii{xaxoq ivSo^oxBQOv ^<priv avxw P, + xal bItcov av- 
6v H 10 «()%wv: «^/)?g H | § 2. Xsyst HL: a^rj P 11 to: tov L | 
neXi^(pd-ijv H, vnsXij^S-a L | dyysX,: + xittv xaxeXd'OVXwv P 12 ^fitjvF: 
'Hlv H, slfxl L I iv iiQox.'. iv itQOxriq HL, ^v xoj Tcgmxtp ovgavip P | ov- 
dvtoq H: ovQavov h, TtQStxoq P I ^yysXoq HP: jW?) L 

§ 3. MS P textum alium praebet hunc: xal vvv xgaxib navxatv xmv iv 
w xaQxaQij) SeCfAwv (^EOfievoiv Fl, dEdsfXEVcav Mg). l/oj dh xal yovov xal 
SQiTcoXevEc iv rf ^Qvd-Q^ S-aXdaa^y xal Sq iSlov xivd xaiQdv ditavEQXExat 
Qoq fie vTtoxaaaofxevoq, xal xa. havxov E^ya ngoq (le dvaxaXvTtxEc, xal axi]- 
li(i> avzdv iy(i), 

MSS HL =r= Rec. A. 1. 13, § 3. ad-Eoq Sv ETtEzafxs ego: uMe inl rofxijv H, 
&(xh, inl xb fi^v L 1 o — L 14 xaxa xXsiB-Ecq L | xQarsl xd ego: 
^'QaxsZxe H, XQaxw rs L; 1. forte xgaxib ro? | iv rdi xagxaQO) Seafiiti L 



26* anoxQiaiq xov B6skt,s^ovX VI, 3—6; 

ysvog' xal rQeg)8Tat hv rfi 'EqvB^qo. d-aXaOCi^' og ev xaiQw Miq^- 
iXsvaetai elg d-giaii^ov,^ 4. xal elxov avxm' ^tlveg sidiv aV 
JtQa^Big (Jot;;« xal sbte fioi' ^xdytb xad^aiQco 6ca rvgawmv ^di 
ra daifiovta notm jtaQa avd^gmnoiq aa^sCd'at xal rovg aylovg xal 

5 rovg ejtZexrovg tsQsTg eig ejtid'Vfiiav sysiQa). ** xal q>d'6vi}vgh 
ji6Xe6i xal g)6vovg aJtoxeXm xal jioXEfiovg 8Jtaya),<i. S- ^cu Blm\ 
awOT' ^jtQoaivsyxE fioi xov ev rfj ^Egvd-Qa d-aXaOC^ ov ehaq 
rQag)6fiEvov,<i^ o dh Xsyei' »ovx aveviyxm jcgog os ovdiva. ekev-': 
OEtac 6e Tcg ovofiart Eq)LJtJtag og exeIvov 6b(S(18V6£i xal avayayu 1 

10 £x xov ^vd-ov,^ 6. xal eIjiov avxq»* ^XiyE fiol jt(5g sxEivog eOriv 
Ev xm ^vd'm xfjg ^Egvd-Qag d^aXaGGrjg xal xl x6 ovofia avrovA 
6 6e l(pri' ^117} ^E EQcoxag' ov dvvacai jtag sfcov fiad-Etv, amoi 
yaQ sXEv6sxai jtQog 0e 6ta xb xal ifih JtQog as Elvai^, 



MSS HL = Rec. A. 1 ysvovg L | 'EqvS-. — H | <;§: wg HL 

§ 4. MS P. (27) iyo) aoXofxoJv 'd<pijv n^bq aindv ?Jyo)v' ^selt^s^ovX^ xl; 
(f. 6') iaxlv ^ TtQa^iq oov; 6 6h Xiyst' iyo) ^aaiXetg a7tol&' av/ifA.ax<o jMgral 
oLk}.oq}vXQ}V tvQdvv(OV' xal xovq ^fiovq SaifA-Ovaq iTti^aXXo) ngbq xohq avQ-QihA 
novq %a elq avxovq Tttoxevcaac xal aitoXXoyvxai' xal xovq ixXsxxovq Sovlovq 
xov S-eoVf ?? leQsTq xal nloxovq dvS-Qtbnovq slq iitLd^vfilaq afiaQXioJv TtovTjQ&v 
xal atQeaeoDv xax&v xal I'^ywv TiaQavoficov dieyelQO)^ xal vnaxovovai fxot, xal 
Btq aTioXeiav (psQO) avxovq. xal <p&6vovq xal (povovq xal TtoXEfxovq xal ^Q^s- i 
vopaxlaq xal sxs^a xaxa. xoXq dvO-gdjTiotg hfSQyib^ xal dnoXio xov xoafiov. ] 
§ 5. (28) ehtov ovv avx&' itQoadyaye fxoi xov adv ydvov Zvtcsq Xiysiq oztl 
iaxlv iv'x§ d-aXdaa^ x^ i^vS-Qa, 6 6h Xiyei' iycj avvov ov <pBQ(o ngbq as' J 
iXsv^Bxai 6h TCQoq [jlb ixsgoq dalfxcov dvo/xaxi ^(piTtnaq^ (Mg 1325) avxbv ' 
SBafisvaot xal avxbq ix xov ^vd-ov dvaydyei TiQoq fiB. § 6. iyon dh Xiyca Ttgog ^ 
avxov Tiwq Boxiv 6 vloq oov iv rw ^vd-i^ r^g (FlMg, xotq MS) d-aXdcar^q xal 
xl xb Svo^a avxov \ 6 6h ^<p7]' f^i^ fzs inaQOixaq^ ov yd^ Svv^c-q naQ^ iftol (xa- \ 
S-Btv ' avxbq yciQ iXBVffEvai ngbq ffh Si ifxov xsXBvafxaxoq xal e}!7iot oot <pav£QGi%. 

MSS HL = Rec. A. 1. 2, § 4. avx(j): avxbv H 3 xa&aiQ(o ego: xa- 
H'aLQO) HL I xvgavov H 4 ra daifioviav H, xovq dal^ovaq L | ae^. n. J 
dvQ-Q, L 5 * H f. 9V I ^yiQo) L, 'dyBiQOV H | ** L f. 12^1 G i)6vov iv %oh 
X. <pB-6vovq L I djtoxBXa)v x. TtoX. dndym H, dnooxBXm iv TCoXsfioiq' imyw J 
xal Ttovovq xal ovx Saxiv xolq dvd-QotTtoiq' ovdhv xaXbv ov (1. d) SvvafXttL'^} 
noirjaai avxM L | § 5. x. Blna avxoj H'. d 6h ^aatXsvq XiysL L 1 rbv 

. . . XQB<pofin\ xbv , . , a>g Blnaq XQB<pofA,Bvaq H, dv einaq ysvovq xb iv x^ ig. 
S^aX. XQB<pofiBvovq L 8 ovx {dvByxw) . . . ov6. H: iyot avxoj ovx dvBveyxo)' ; 
Tigbq ah h 9 ^E(pi7C7taq (cf. P): ^dtpinnoq H, etpj^nxaq L | Sq bxeZvov ego: 
(jbq ixBivoq HL | dsfffi, xal H: dEGfiBifOaq L | dvdyBt L 10 § 6. aWvH 
11 xq) ... ^aX, L: x?f igvd-Qtt d-aldaoi] H | xl — L 12 7t«p' H: itBQl L : 
13 xb ego: xovxo HL 



VI, 7—^0 d.n6xQiGiq xov Beelt,B^ovl 2/* 

7. EtJtov 6e avrm' ^Xiye fioi iv jtolo) acrgo) :jtQOOoixBl6ai.'^ 
61 Xsysi' »T0 xaXov^Evov Jtaga dvd'Qcojcotg ^EajtBQla,^ 8, eym 
ds Xsyco' ^tpQaCov fiot vjto jtolov ayyskov xaraQyaiOai.^ o de * 
'eg)!]' * ^vjto rov JtavTOxgaroQog d-eov' xaXElrat 6e Jtag' ^E^galoeg 
Jlarcxrj, a^ vipovg xarekd^wv eOti ds tc5v EXXfjviCrcop ^Efifia- 
vov^Xj ov didotxa TQSfKDP, sdv rig fis oQxiC'^ to 'EXwt, fiaya 
ovofia rijg 6vva(iEwg avrov, aq}av^g yivofiai.« 9. iyco 6e 2oko- 
fi0V axovCag ravra ExdZEVda amov ©rj^ata fidgfcaQa jrgl^Etv. 
h rfe rS ag^aOd-at Jtgl^Etv avrbv -^XdXa^ov ola ra daifiopia 
(isydX'^ T^ g)C3vfj 6ia rov ^aOiZaa BebX^e^ovX' 10. lym 61 2oXo' 
[imp EtJtrigwrcop avxop XiytDP* ȣt ^ovXbi a^eotp Xa^aiPj 6L7iyri6ai 
(lot JiBgl xa>p £ytovgaplo}p,<i Btpri 6b BbeXC^e^ovX' y>dxov(Sop, 
^aCiXav' Bap d-vfiiac^g Oraxrfjp xal Xlfiapov xal ^oXfiovg d-aXdd- 



§ 7. sectionem lianc om. ms. P. § 8. {29) MS P: eyo) n^bq avzbv ^.dyo)' 
tXsys fioc vTto Tioiov dyyslov xaxa^y^ ov. 6 6e stpi^' vud aylov scat xtiiiov 
j^^vofiaxoq xov navTOXQaxOQoq d-eov^ xo) siakovfievcp naQ ^E^Qaioiq Ttevaxixco, 
ov ^ iprjtpoq X!^^' ^cc^a Sh"EkX7iGi ifificcvov^X: aal Mv xiq x(bv 'Pofj-alcov oq- 
xtay fx£ x6 fisya ovo/xa xi^g 6vvdfi£(oq iXe^d- a<pav^q (f. 6^) ylvofxac. § 9. (30) 
iya> aoXofxoiV xavxa dxovoaq i^enXdyi^v xal sxsXsvaa avxdv TtQtC.Eiv fxa^fxaga 
^fiala, ev 6h xm ag^aaB'ai avxdv tcqiC^biv xa ^xag^aQa oL sxegot dalfxovec 
hvEXQavyaaav (pcov^v fisydXtjv, dXaXd'Qovxsq dtcc xov paaiXsa avxojv pee?X,£- 
^ovX, § 10. textum similiorem liabent cod. mss. HLP. 

MSS HL == Rec. A. 1 § 7. TtQoaoixsTaaL L: iealelaac H 2 o de . . . 
^EansQ, H: — L | § 8: iya> ego: 6 HL 3 (pgdaov ego: gtpQaaov H, <pQdao) L 

I TTOdW dyyelo)v H | * H f. lo^^ 4 * L f . i2**2 | rov L: — H ] y.a- 
XBltai ego: xalovfj.ai HL 5 naxixj] H, naXTjxsZ L | 6 (James, 01; ms.) . . . 
^lifxav, H: naQa 6e sXk^vaq Sfxfiavov^X xal d<p vtpovq xaxskO-etv L 6 ov 
SsSijxa XQBii. H, ovdh 6iaxp6f/.ov L | xlq fxs: xolq fioi H | xiq oqx, fis L j 
rw iXWiS- H, iv xeH iXoDc L 7 yevofiai L, iysvoftai H | § 9. SoX, — L 
8 avxdv H: xovxov L ] Oi^^aZa H: ^Qipd'Ca L 9 cv . . . avxdv [av- 
x6q) H: elxa o dvayivwaxwv iyyloaq xov dxXov^ivov inl xov axi^j&ovq 
Xsycov ix XQixov (xeyaXo^tovoq L | •^XdXa'Qav H | '6Xa — L 10 <po}vij' 
XiyoDV L 

MSS HLP ^ Recc. AB. 1. 10 §. 10 (31) tyw 6s HP: dxovaaq xavza 6 L 

II inriQwxnaa P | avx. ndXiv Xsy. L | povXsi HL: d^iXetq P \ d<p. Xa^.: 
(iipsmv Xapwv L, dg). bxqoiv (1, ^exBtv) H, Xa^ecv avsoiv P | dc^^yrjaov L 
12 TiEQl'?: x-^vA \ fyfj'. . . BeBXt,.: %(pri 6 ^aatXsvq H, iffo^^S-tj 6h o ^cfAg. 
xal ecTtBv L, Xeysi 6h ^seXt,. P | fxxovaov, ^aa. P: ~ H, dx, ^aaiXsvq xal 
Xafiatv 6 dvaytv(bax(ov' vaQGiv xal xgoxov xal xanvlaaq xbv (f. 12^1) 6%- 
Xovfievov xal Xfysi ^66?.^s^ovsX- L 13 ^oXp, S-al.i ^. ^aXaoolovq P. 
?6Xovq d^aX. A 



28"^ anoscQiatq xov Besk^s^ovl VI, lo— VII, 3 

Cr]g^ vdgdov rs xal xgozoVj xal Ivxvovg aip^g hjtra kv CaiCuqi, 
olxiav sgeiasig, hav de ^ ocad-agoq cop atp^g ogd-gov ev ^Uco 
fjfiigagj otpsig rovg dgaxovrag rovg ijtovgavlovg Jt wg eiXovvtat 
xal OvgovCi xa dgfia rov '^llov.^ ii. eyo) dh I^oXofiSv dxov<Sag 
5 ravra ejtsrifcrjca avrop xal sljtoV ^CicoJtriGat xal Jtgl^e tit iidg- 
fiaga xaB-wg :n:goasra^d (5o£.« 

VII. Eal svkoy^Oag rov d-sbv syat SoXo^mv sxaXsvcta jra()£r- 
vai fioi BTsgov dal/iova' xal TjXd^s jcgb jtgoOcojtov fiov, xal rjv 
TO jtgoOcojTov ejtt<pega)v ev rq> aegi avm vipriXov xal to vjioIbi- 
10 otov rov acofiatog slXovfisvov oosl xoxXiag. 2. xai eggtj^s crga- 
rimxag ovx oXlyovg xal TJysigs * xal Xd^gov xovtogrov djto r^g 
yrig xal aviipegsv ava> xal jtoXXa Iggmrsv etcI ro sfie d^afi^etcd'ai, 
xal sijcov ^^riva iyo) e()€or^fl'at;« sog ejtl jtoXv. 3. xal dvaCxdv- 

MSS HLP==«Recc. AB. 1 volqSlv L | dvdyjTjg L [ iv aeiOfioji ~ H, 
iv £t^fxa> conj. dubitanter Cr 2 olse. i^eto, P: oyv xal av S^ia?jg H, ov- 

xsiav oQaiOELg L | ds — L | * H f. 10^ | pcad-, (ov P: xad^a^dv A | dvd-. 
\p7iq L 3 fifiSQaq ego: ivrjfj,€^av H, ^^eQa L, fifi (compendia mihi inen«da- 
bilia), 1. fortasse ^^sQa vel ^^sqwvV, ^fXfiivov (fjfiereQOVi ^/werc'^w?) Fl | pro 
iv ^X. fifi. 1. iv vX^ ivijfisvog{% cf. Test. XII Patr., LeDt XVIII 3 ] ^'^poi P 
I xovq (i°): roTf P | dQ&xovxaq HP: diaxdvovq L | ovQavlovq P 4 av- 
Qovai HP: icvQvovat L | fiXlov LP: d^sov H, forte recte 

MSSHLPVW=Recc.ABC. §11.(32) 4 ^ywHPC: oL 1 iyo) . . . dxova, 
bis scr. V 5 ravra dxovo. P ] zavta . . , aoi — C | instlfit^asv L, iitE- 
Ttfiow H I x. slnov »0La)7t. xal ego: x. iavwna xal iXdXovv avzov H, aiw- 
Ttfjaai xal L, x. ecKov, CKhna ftot ^(oq xovzov xal^ 6 xad-a)q tiqoosz. aoi: 
xaXdq nQoeta^d Gor Xsys 6 coXofiBv L, wg nQOOEX. aoi P, xavci rd 6qi- 
oS-sv aoi H 

C. VII. MSS HLPVW = Recc. AEC. 7 Kali eha L | Kal . . . &edv: 
bis scr. V, + zov ovQavov B | iyea 2,oX.: — L, + ^«t H | zoze ixiXsvasv h 
I naQSivar. nsQive L 8 Fre^a daifzovta* xal ^XS-ov ^eqov daifxoviov inl 
TiQoaoiTiov L I X, -f^v . . . i7tiq)SQ. A: ^q i^v inttp, z. TtQoa. P, Stieq ^v ( — V) 
7lfii7iQ6oti)7iov C 9 iv . . . vxprjXdv P ( — ava>) C: iv zd aQSvoipsi H, ro 

ugsvco' ^wlv L 1 zb Xoinov cBfial^ \ vitoXomov P: vnoXsmov HC 10 aw- 
fxaxoq H: nvEVfjiaxoq PC | otaei XOX' P: ii)q el xoxXov H, v)q xoxXvoq L, Sq 
xoxXlaqC \ § 2. ^d^^ij^s . . . ^Aiy. A: SXlyovq die^^fj^ev PC 11 x. ^yeiQE 
^. Xap. xov. ego: x, Etyeipsv x. XavQOv oix dvio^xdv H, x. l-yELgev 6h xal 
Xav^av xal ( — V) xov. C, ^y^iQE Ss xal <popEQbv xov. P [ Stjcd HC: inl LP 
I noXXa A: TtaAiv PC 12 ^v rw d^avfidaS-ai fzs L, ^v r^i ^^ue d-afififj^V' 

vat C I ^^e: ^^ag P | ^afx^rjaai P 13 ;fa2 . . . iQO)xrjaai — C \ x. sl- 
nov H: X. Etnev P, — L | iptoxlao) PI | €Q)q . . . fiov ego; ;fal d^ 8e ^n^fi? 
TioA^ (ive/aravra ^f V, x. S^ mq inl noXv dvaaxdvxog fxotVi, icpo)* inl noXv 
xfxl dv.fxov H, ECDq inl noXX^^' xal dv.fxov L, ojq inl noXv^ xal dvaazdvxa 
UE [in textu, x{al) dvaazdq ad marg.] P 



VII, 3-6 Al^ Tkpa^ 2(f 

Toe yiov \3txv0a} %a^<xl * %ax axslvov top rojtov xal ecfg}QdyiCa 
r^ 6axrvXi6iq) rov d'eov, xai ovrwg eorrj rj avga, rots 7]Qci- 
trjCa avtov 7Aycov' '»ov rig sl;^ xal owwg kovioqxov tiva^ag 
mBXQtd'i] iioi' »rl d^iXeigj ^aCtlsv JSoZofimp;^ 4. djtEXQl&rjp 6e 
avr^' ^eijtE fioc ri liysig xayca 0e aQorav d-iXcoA ovxatg 6h ev- 
XaQi0tco rm d^em r^ 6o<plaavTi fis jtQog tag ^ovldg avrSv axo- 
xQlvBOd-ai, Itprj 6i not 6 6alfio)P' i>ayca xaXovfiat Al^ TexQa^-^ 
5. shtov 6b avtqt' »tlg rj jiqa^ig cov;^ Etptj 6b' ^avd-QcoJtovg 
OxoQJti^a) xal atQo^ovg jtoico xal JtvQ djttco xal dyQovg B(i:^vQi^a) 
xal olxovg xaxagyca. BJtl nXsKStoP 61 exg) ti}v Jtga^tv sp ^igei, 
sav 6e xaigop 6vg<x)j vjco6vpa) eig ycoviag tolxcov pvxta xal fjfii- 
QaV 7]6rj yag yopog stfil tov fisydXov,^ 6. sljtov * 6e avtS' 



MSS HLPVW = Recc. ABC, 1 § 3. 'smvaa C (ad marg.) P: nxvaag A, 
ntvaat V (in textu) | * H f. 11^ | scar^ . , . d-eov H: peal xax' . . .^ ro 
daxTvXidiov x. 0-. L, ictn ixeivov tov xonov xal . . . Q-sov (in textu) P ( — rov 
^sov) V, xa^al xaz^ ixeivov rov r(6)7c(ov) x{al) i P (ad marg.), xal eo<pQ. r. 
Saxt. xaz Axslvov tov xonov W 2 o^mq PC: ovxoq A | aaxri C: sarriv (ex 
ianv corr.) P, iozlv L, ^axat H 1 ccv^a LP: XavQCC C, XavQa xov 6ixlfiovog 
OKOTtiov H, + exdvrj LC | toxe xayo) H | intj^dyvriaa C 3 tig si gv H | 
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6 xov d-EOv W I xo ao<p^aavxog V, xov (p^oavxog W ] avT(5v P: avrov C, 
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— AV 1 &i^ijv L 11 to AC: dxav P | xatQbv: xeQB V ] vno&vvtv 
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UNT. 9: McCown. 3* 



34* ^« bTira nvev^axa VIU, 9^12 

xal dtoQVTtraq 6160.6x0), xal aJiootXavm ^vyac, ano Jtaar]g evds^f 
^daq, xal sTBQa JtoXla <pavka * Jtota>, l%co 61 rov xaragyovVTa 
fie ayyeXop OvQiriX,« 10. ofiolcog 6e 6 exro(; B<prj' ^eyco dvvafitq' 
TVQavpovg dptaxS, ^aCtjielg xad-aiQ^, * xal JtaCt rolg vjrspavrlotM 

5 xaQEjm 6vvafiiv. sxco ayyElov top xaragyovpza fis AcrsQaciB^,^ 
n, ofioitag xal 6 eP6ofioq £q>ri' T>Ey<D elfit EaxlOTf], xal 68, ^aOi- 
lev, xaxcoCo) ore xslsvO^S ^AQrsfit6og 6£afioig' ^6ia xavxa yaQ 
6e 6tajtQa^aL eyi^sig rrjp sJtiO-vfiLap wg q>iXraxogj sfiol de xaT'i 
sftavTTjv ejiid-vfilap rrjv co(piav? hap yaQ rig Co^og, ovx sm- 

10 CTQEipst tx^og JtQog fiE.<i 12. xaycQ 6e ^oXofiSv axovctag ravra 
eCg)Qayi6a avtovg tq> 6axxvXt6icp xov d^Eov xal exeXevCa avrovqi 
oqvOCeip xovg d-efiEXLovg xov paov' * xal Exa^axo xo fisp /ifjxog 



MSS HLPVW = Recc. ABC. 1 k. SiOQvxxaq did. P: ic, QiOQeUza diddaxmvj 
V, — W 2 er. noiw <pavX. noX. H | noXXa . — L | <pavXa AP : (pavtdafiaxa C 
I * Mg 1329 I 7C0tG>: iv i/J,ol P | ^x^ ^^ LPV: sxoiv 6h H, dXX^ %g> W | 
dyy. X. xax. fie C 3 OvQii^X P: oi^poviJA A, ohgiKd C \ § 10. (40) dfiolwq 
dh HP: ml C, — I., -j- xal H | 6 ^xxoq LC: ^ "^xxtj HP | de inversione 
sectionum 9 et 10 in ms. P v. supra | iyo): + 6s H,*+ dsv L, + bI/jU P, 
+ ^ C I Jvv. ... . dvLOXa) ego: Svvafiai ( — H) rv^. dvtozdvai A, dvva/nq' 
dvvdfiai XVQ. dviaxoi P, dvvafxig* dfiov xvq. dviGxaJ C 4 xad-aiQot P: xad-ai- 
QEiv L, — HC , I * L f . 13^2 I ;.. jf^fjc . . . dyy. x6v ~n | naai LP: 

— C I TovQ VTtBvavxlovq W 5 7iaQBxo>v W | ^^gj 6h C | rhv xax. fie 
dyy. L I xaxaQyovvxcc ftai vnb dyyeXov H | lioxeQad)d' W(?)P {-aiS) V: 
aar«()aa^(?) P, nega^S- H, TTfpew^L 6 § 11. (41) ofioi. ;catHPV: xalV^, 

— L 1" o e^d. LC: 7) s^So/xt] P, ? H | elf^i LP: ^ H, + ^aaiXevg L | 
f£/^i . . . Tigd? fie (1. 10): 7^ {xaXovftat V) Sw^'?* ?«^^?(W' axoxlt,o) ndvxaq 
dvd-Qa)7Covg dud xfjq evQ-elaq odovj xal aregaq (e/cy xal exsQaq ivsgyelaq xal 
W) xaxovQylaq %a> oiipc dXlyaq. ex<o 6h xbv ayyeXbv rav ( — W) xaxaQyovvt^; 
fie^ fikyav xavcovriX [xavvqvi^X W) C | ^aa. H : ^aatXevq L, avibv P 7 ;(«- 
pcwCco A: xaxia P | Sre . . . deOfioXq A: Zxt xsXevGXaJ aQxefiiSoq Seafiovq, ^ 
6h &XQiq fie Xvaei P (cf. XXVI 4ff.) [ xeXevaB conj. FlCr | tJ/a . . . <plXxa- 
roq: 61 avxfjq yaQ ae 6eX nga^at x^v imihfilav P 8 6iaTCQa^ai (aor. inf. 
act.) ego: 6ia ngd^ai H, did TtQ&^aq L | exeiq L: exoiv H | ^fiol . . . r^e 
aoKpiaq H, ^^OA . . . iTtL&vftwftfjv x^v ao(plav L, ifi^j 66 xax* ifiavxflq x^v ao- 
(plav P 9 ooffdq xlq H | iniaxQi%pri P, incCXQe L 10 t/vo? a^r^e ^ I 
§ 12. (42) xdyo) A: ^ycy P | xdy(i) ■ . . r«vTa: xal C | ravTC A; xal ^«v- 
jMwaag P 11 iG(pQay, AP: 0(pQayloaq C | avvovq HC: ai)T«g LP | to): 

— L, pr. ^)^ P I xov B-eov A: — PC | xalUF: — LC, + i7iet6^ avvxofiai 
fjaav P I avxoTq L, aitrocg P 12 d^vaaeiv PW: dQvaaav H, (5()ei(r3? V, 
^^i;;/v L I T<i d-efikXiov L, Jr rote ^efieXloiq H | t. raou: xo:2 ^'pvfftfov W, 
«. dQBiaov V, + Tov ^fov P I * H f. 13^ I xal h. x. fihv firjx. H (— ro) L: 
T^ fihv ydg firix. C | x. ix. . . . nevx.: inel Stax, itevx. TttjX' h'^ ^' ^'Z^* ^ ' 



villi 12— IX,4 axEtpaloQ dalfiatv ^S* 

it^X^Ki 6iaxo<5lovg JiBVTfjxovra' xal Jidvra ra xBkevCd'ivta avrotg 

IX, Km 3ta2.iv yTt]Oa jcsgiekd'eip eT£Qa daifiovLa, xal jtQoa- 
svex^Tj fioi Saifioviov, av&QOiJtog fisp Tcavta ra fte^.f] avrov, 
isciqiaXoc, 6e, 2. xal eiJiov avrco' ^Xdys (loi dv tig el, xal Jtcag 
mXet0aL<i 6 ds Salfiatv egp^' »^6vog xakovfiar eycb yag x8<paXag 
rnxBCMcOj d'iXoiV * ifiavrS xB(paXriv ^toirjCaOd'aL, xal ov xogra- 
lopLat' * s^rid-vfiw xsg)aXr]v Jtoirj0ai oXav og xal 6v^ ffaOiZev,^ 
3. tavra axovoag eyco sGipgayiCa avxov kxtsLvag xr}v XBlga (lov 
mta xov Crrj&ovg avrov^ xal dvsjt^drjcfsv 6 dalfiwp xal eqqtj^sp 
savtov xal syoyyvosv kixcov ^ol^ot' xov sjtsrvxov JtQodorfjv 
'OqvIccv; ov ^Xijtoi),<i- 4. xdym sbtov avtm' ^xal xod-ev pXestBLg;^ 



MSS HLPVW = Recc. ABC. 1 nr^xaq diaxoalag nsvr. H, n-^^ag ov L, 
nrjxojv V C \ X, navx. . . . xatriQy.: s^tjaa Sh avtag svt6vovg Bivai-, xal xot- 
^ovQ yoyyvaaaat tsXsaai %a xeXevad-ivvcc avxaXg xatr^QyotZovro P | xeXbv- 
^hxa A, xsXeaxh'ta V | avrotg A: avxov V, — W 2 xaXTj^y.: iitolovv W 

C. IX. (43) B K. TtdXiv H : xal L, iyoi 61 aoXofiibv So^&aag x6v d-sov 
(4- naXiv C) CP, add. super d-ebv prim. man. x{vqlo)v P | yxTjoa ego: al'v?jaa L, 
^xtadfzfjv W, ixioafi- V, I'ra^a H, ixsXsvaa P | TiSQieXd^stv H: xov ikS'stv 
xal L, TiaQetvai fiot P, TtaQaatrjvai fioi xal C | ^r. daifi. A: exe^ov dacfio- 
viov P, ^tBQOv daifiov •<. V, ^xs^og dalfiov W 4 daifjtoviov P: dai^iovta L, 

— HC I iisv A: ^x""' ^1 — ^ 1 "^dvia xa H: ZXa xa L, xa navxa PC | 
avxov — P 5 dxB(p. 6s C \ § 2. xal: xayw P | bItiov avxib H (pr. i6(j}v) 
P: Ubv avxdv bltcov W, iScuv avxib Btna V, XSysi xovxov L | Xsys fioi — L 
I ov — H I X, Ttibg xaX. A : x. 7C. xaXBt C, — P 6 rfe — H | 6aifi(ov 

— PC I ^i^Tj LW: BtTtev PV, XsyEi L, + 6ai/j,6vi.ov elfxl PC, add. adhuc einov 
ovv avxoj' xig. 6 6h %<p7i P 1 *P6vog 6e C | iyo) xakovfxai <p^6voq P | 
yap LP: (Ja H, — C 1 xB<paXr, -\- i^dSwg PC 7 Q'iXcov HP: ^iXov L, &sXo} C 
|- * L f. 14^^! I ^/^avrcD HP: ifiavxov L, i/xavxdv W, ifxavxwv V | Tioijj- 
ffwff^ai tiC: TtolijaS-at L, TtEpiTfon^aaaS-ai P | x*'^'^"^*^ ^ 8 * P f . 9^ | 
^(^judi: pr. w^ L, -1- cSfe PC | iioirjaai A: nsQiTtov^aaod'ai C, ro^avtT^v 
?;i:«v P, 4- //oi L I o"cfV a>g: ^otv wg H, iVa G>e L, o"av P, ^V7rf(> C | xal 
av: xal iav L | paOilBv A: — PC 9 § 3. ravra de H | iyo) aoXofxwv 
PC I iatpQay.: ia<pdki]Oa L | t. ;^6t^.: ra? x^h^^ ^ 1^ ;tfaTa: ^;f H | 
Jfat(i°) — H I 'bqqti^bv H; ^jj^ag L, 6LeQri^BV C, ^'^^6ai/;£v P 11 kavxbvVx 
ahxbv vel aurov HC, ahxi^v L | iyoyy, P : y<5y/i(Tav H, ^;fo[;c];ftj(;f v avxia C, 

— L I BhtSv PC: etTiov H, eijiev L, pr, avtS> C | oi^oi PL: ftjut C, ^^iv 
H I inkvxov ng. 'Oqv, L: ivixvxov tcq. ^Oqv. H, TtdQSi^^ d) Ttpoddra 'O^- 
Wa PC 12 01" — L I § 4. X. Blnov avxw H: {^kmm) xayoi xal elnov 
(tvxbv L, s^Tjv 6s avxB fyo) aoXofxatv P, slnov 6h iy(b ooX. C | xal A: Xiys 
m C (H- y^p) P I =«' H f . 14^ 



36* a7th<paXoq dalfiaiv IX, 4—6 

o 6b B<pr}- T>dia tcqv fiacrcop fiov.<i * 5. xdycb dh 2oXo^mv r^p 
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avrov ^Jtod-sv XalBLq;^ deecprj' ^rj eftfj qxovrj TtoXlmv dvd-Qmjtov 
(pcovaq sxXrjQovofirjOsv' o(Soc yag ev dvd^QcoJtoiq fi(D^ol xaXovvxat, 

5 ^rovT(X)v ay<h xarexkEcOa rag xBq>aldg.'^ ore Jtaidia yivovxat dhca. 
TjiiBQmv, '&t)TS Tfjg vvxTog xXalovTOg tov jtaidlov yivofiai Jtveviia 
xal 6ta xrjg (pcovrig aJtsi0£Qxoiiai. 6. 8V acoQiatg ds Jtlslov to 
Ovvdvrrjfid fcov ^ka^sgov haxtv, * ?y de dvvafilg fiov ev ratq 
XeqcL fiov rvyxdvsi xal cog Ejtl ^vXov Xa^mv xaig x^Q^t' f^ov xe- 

10 cpaXag ajcorifivco xal jtQoOxld-Tjfii Jfiavx(5,, xal ovxwg vjcb xov 
jtvQog xov ovrog ep sjiol 6ia xov rgax^Xov xaxadajtavm, hym 
eifiL o jrvgcop xa ^sXr] xal rolg Jtoolv Inmi^jtco xal ilxf} sfixoim. 



MSS HLPVW == Recc. ABC. 1 fzaoratv LC: f^cca&wv V, na^wv P | 
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2 dixovGaq ante t/)v ^6. ponit C | fjdov^v A: avodov P, iSod^v (1. iSmS^v^ 
sic) C, 1. fortasse avd^jv | avtov PC: rovzov L, — H, 4- dxovjjv V | je. 
d^6?.(ov P: ical ( — Vj d-eXco C, ^d-ekov H, '/^B-eXa L | fj.ad'scv. pr. cwzdv H, 
Ev6i]X6t6Qov P I ijtrjQ. avrov A: btctj^, (-f- rfe W) avr. Xiyoiv C, — L 

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TtoXXoJv ya0 dvS-gcoTtcov <pa>vag xar£?eXf]QOv6/X7jaa P 4: iv avS^QcoTt. AC: 
av(&Q(Dn)oi P I xaX. po^ol C, ;fo:A. x(j)(pol P 5 tovtwv . . . T^fiSQWV C: 
— A I rag XE(paXaq narE^X.V \ yw. 6. ^^m. C: yEvvibvrai^ xal rj/iegatv dxxo) 
(pB-dawai P 6 rbre PC: T6(Te?) L, ovroq H, + iyo) A | rilq A; —PC | 
vvKzbq post naiSLov ponit P | natddq L | yivofxat A | (poyvrjq avrov P 
7 vnsiOBQXOfxai C | § 6. dw^laiq: doQiaiq H, oQiaiq P, ad marg. ^j? 
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T(ii' W, ifv avTw A I TOV — P 11 oVrog — C | xaxadanavm L: rfa- 
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tagayEVfjTai. 

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TQO siQOOWJtov fiov tyjcov TO Cx^fia * cog xicov iiiyaq, xal ska- 
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hx'X'f]XTix6g eysvofifjv xal ElJtov avrw' ^zlg eI Ov, xvov;^ o 6h 
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hd-Qcojtog. xarT]Qya6afZ7jv 6e sp rco * xoOjicp Egya JtoXXa ad-sOfta 
tal xa^' vjtSQOX^jP lo^vCa '^al aOxQa ovgavwv xaraOXElp, xal 



MSS HL = Rec. A. § 7. cum mss. HL textus legitur 1 ifinvp. H: 
hsiQOv L 

MS P Interpol ationem maiorem praebet pro § 7 hanc : ?iayco ooXofi(bv dpcov- 
laq xavta, elnov avxG)' Xsye f^oc ovv Ttatg i7ta(piriQ to tcvq^ atp Cov anonefx- 
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supra z scr. tc ut in ovTtO) corr.) ev^eS'T] zdxelvog iXpoVQicDV tbg ijlEVXOV to 
ivio' xal Xvxvaipl{(xg) {-lav Fl f also)- ccvzoj ol clvS-qcdtioi iTtLZsXovOi^ xaptetvov 
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h^arcevsi avzovg: s'Ttov 6h avtia slue fiot zb ovofj.a avzov. 6 ds d^rj ov 
%va^at GOi elnstv idv yag ectko avzov xb Hvofia dS-eQaTtswov ifiavzbv 
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S 6s 6ia zfjg i^nvQOv daxQanfig ^q)rj. 

MSS VW (Rec. C) textum praebent liunc: xdya) aoXofZcbv dxovoag tavta, 
•Inov {siTCa avzw V) Xdys fioi^ ovv^ iv 7iol(o dyyEXco {inl noiov dyyiXov V) 
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MSS HLP =^ Recc. AB. 1 § 8. hoc a loco mss. codd. VW (i. q. recensio C) 
extum diversum habet, cf. infra, pp. 76* — 87*. xdyd) H: xal iyco L, xal nQOO- 
(vv^aag iyo) xvqIo^ zip ^so/ xov t{(SQayiX P 2 Elvai fiexa z. BseX. H: iv 

^riQ^cec slvai vnb zov ^eeX. P, 6ca rov pseXt^s^ovsX inistvai L | fisx^i ^- z. 
piX. A: fisxQig ^xov i'a^ P 3 na^ay. P: imytvEzai L, nuQaysyovsv H 

C. X. (47) 4 ixaXavaa (1. -as) L | ^zs^a daiptovta L 5 fxov. — L, 
f daifKov L | ^sxcdv . . . fisyag: xvwv zb ox^lf^cc s/wv (* Mg 1332) fiiya P 
TO — H I oxnfJia: -\- avzov L | }xoi, — P 6 <po}vy (xsydXy xal el- 

%Bv P I ;(a/(>0(g L | tJ L: o H, xvqis P | % 2. x. ixn. iy. x.\ x. %xnXri- 
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=yw aoXofi&v P 7 au — P 1 xvcov F \ 6 6h XsyetU: xal elney fxot L, 
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ms^poX^v (fiXoXoy^Gag vneQiGxvGa P 10 ov^avib L ] xazaaxojv A 

C. X 2 Rev, XII 4; cf. Dieterich, Abraxas iiSff. 



38* d Ud'Oq 6 TiQaaivoq ^i 2—8 

3tXeLova xaxa sgya Tcaraaxeva^o), 3. eyco ovv pXajtro) avB-Qdjtov^^ 
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ovrcog dvaiQS.<i^ 4. xal siJtov avnp' »Tt oov to ovofia;^ 6 6e 

5. KaytA eljtov avrq>' yriq oov tJ sgyaola xal rl fioi Soxstg - 
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yayco avrov hv xojtco oQovq xal kjttdEt^a) avrw Xid'ov JtQaOivov 
fieraOaXsvofispop hv m"^ xoOfi^Osig rov vaov rov d-sov,^ 6. xdym 

lo 6e axovOag ravra sjtdra^a ^JtoQEvd'TJvai^ rov olxsrTjv [lov dfia • 
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Ooi rov Xld-ov rov jtQaOivov, Otpgdycoov avrov rtp daxrvltdim ' 
xaraOxojcBvOov rov rojtov dxgt^^g, xal ayays fioi ^ro daxrvXl- j 

15 6iov\^ 7* o dh ajteld'cav edsi^sv avr^ rov jitd-ov rov JtQciotvoVji 
xal EOg)QayiOsv avrov rqt daxrvXidicp rov O-eov^ xal r^yayov rov ', 
Xld-ov rov nQaOivov jtgog fiL 8. xal sxQLva X8Qiog)QayLdag ra . 

MSS HLP =s Recc. AB. 1 nXsiova d-s&v s^ya scataoxsvaaa P | § 3- 
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avT<p iyat ookof/.atv'P 6 § 5> scdycb: seal P | avrib — • P | tig: xal t/P 
I xal — L I jwot (jj.E L) doseelq A: SvvaOai P 7 dalfiojv A: (5e P 

8 oQOvq — H I Sel^o) P | avTw P; avrdv H, — L 9 * P f. lo^* [ xoafiel 
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fi(bv P I ineta^a H: vnoTCQoeta^a L, vneva^a P | noQsvd'^vaL P: — A | 
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§ 6. Mk. IV 35— V 20; Mt. vm 23-34; Lk, VIII 22—39.. 



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XIII, 1-3 "O^^ovS- 43* 

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%Qay. Ttstaijvovxa H, — P | * H f. 18^ | ft — L 6 ^aO-ftV: + 0Trjx<o 
y^Q de6E//.(ev)Tj n^d 7iQoa<hrcov aov P ( noQSvov L | * L f. iS'^i | xa- 
iiloiq aov L 7 aov — P i xal ndXiv H ] xaS-ea^'. Ai xa^aaq P, ad 
marg. scr. asiq quod forte pro aaq in xaS^^aaq legendum est | drcl T. d-^ov. A: 
n^b xov p^fxaxoq P 8 xal iQcbxtjoal fie ego: x. i^wxr^as r^fiZv L, xoxe 

igaXTjaeLq ^f P, — H | xoxe — P | fiaS'sTq H: fxaS-etv L, (Jta^ari P ] 
paOiXsvq aoXofiwv L | xl xlq H § 3. (58) 9 SoXofiiov: — L, + xad-ojq 

(Svvha^e fioi, ^veaxofArjv dh Sia x^v ivovaav fioi ao<plav^ ^Iva dvvT^d-o) dxovaai 
T«s Ttgd^etq avxfiq, xal iXky^ai avxaq, xal (pavBQ&aat xoXq dvS-QWTCOtq P | 
M^aaq LP ] inl . . , elTtov: Sipr^aa ngbq xov Salfiova P 10 iJQMXfjaa 

ego: igmXTiaa L, ^Qwxlaai H | avx^v ego: ahxbv H, iyw L | Xeye fioi 
Tf5 H I ai) — V\Ji 6e e<pn H (d) L: xal slusv P ! 'O^lovQ-: *i/9u?ov^ L, 
^ pvCflvQ- xal iSiovd- H, iya/ (* Mg 1336) Xsyofxai TtaQa avS^QiOTtoig S^c- 
ioi)& P, 1. k/Jv^ov? cf. Intro pp. 78 et 82 11 ^xtq . . . xaS-Evdo) ego; 

?Tie iav ixxiiato xad^evdw H, xal zrjq ivvxxl ov xad-. L, rjxiq vvxxbq ov 
xa^. P I ;i:f^£f(>;f6iWfvog H ] rov — H 12 inl HP: ^v L | x. 

ztiezovaaiq yw. P [ axoxa"^. . . . fxaatsvo) ego: (xaaxiC,o(x[ev)ri x^v wQav 
iiaaxltfi) H, azofiaxvi^MV^ "^h^ <3^av • fiaaxi^w L, x^v fihv ajgav axoxat,ofx^vri 
Ox(il^azlt,co (in marg. ^latafiai) P 



44* OqvIovQ- XIII, 3-7 

jtvlyat TO. ^Qig)rj, * xal xa^' £xaar7]P vvxra ajigaxrog ovx E^sgy^o^j 
fiat, 6v 6h ov dvvadal fis diaza^ai, xal slg xa dvatjxrj fiigrj JcegisQ-^j 
Xo^ai, 4. xal ovx sort fiov to sgyov si firj ^QS<p(ov dvaigscig xai 
ofpd-aXfxmv ddixta xal Croiidxcov xaxadixrj xal g)QSvSv ajtcoXsia] 

5 xal ocofidxcjv aXyrjCcgA S. xal xavxa dxoicaq syo) ^olofimv ■ 
i-B-avfiaOa, xal rb slSog avxrjq ovx sd-scoQovv aXla Oxoxog xo Cmfia 
* avxfjg vxriQXs xal at xgixsg avxrig rjyQtcoiisvai, 6. xaym Sk 
^ploficop Xsyco avx'^v ^Isys ^ot, JiovqQov jtvevfiaj vjto Jtoiov 
dyysXov xaxagyslCaiA r] 6e eiJts (lot' t>vjc6 xov ayysXov PatpariXA 

lo-piccl oxs yEvvSdiv al yvvalxsq, ygccipai xo opoftd ^ov sv X'^()t%| 
xal sym q)sv§ofiai djtb xwv sxslCs. 7. xdycb dxovOag xavxa jtQOC^.i 
sxa^e dsCftsvd-TJvat avxT]v xaig dgi^l xal xQSfcaad-rjvai sfiJiQaOd-ev. 

MS P 1 pro nvlyco . . . 7i£QLSQX0ii.aL (1. 2) praebet haec: eav inirvxw 
envL^a. ei 6s fxr^ ye ("' f. 12^) avaxco^ib slq steqov zotcov fiiav yaQ vvxia 
aTtoxoiQ^Gai aitQaTCZoq oh dvva^at' nvsvfxa yag xaXsnov eifxi, (j.vqiwvvixov 
xal noXvfzo^q>ov, xal vvv fj.hv (hSe, seal vvv ^le stvai (1. vvv ixsT fxe elvai) 
{vvv ipcSL [vevfia (sic) vvv ixEt'i] elvai FlMg, ponit nvevfxa pro vevfia Mg)' 
Hal elq to. dvTi/ca ('Sarixa Fl) fzi^rj neQieQxofxai. aXX^ tbg ^axl vvv ne^i.G<ppa- 
ylaaq fiB tCo 6axTvli6tv) xov ^eov ovx ^Ttolrjaac, ov naQeatT^xd 001 iy(o ovSiv 
fie diatd^ai Svv^ori 

MSS HL = Rec. A. 1 ^^eQ^ofievoq H 2 /^f H: //;; L 1 dmra^fft H: 
vnoz&^ai L | 6vai}xfj ego: d'LGijxa H, dvGixa L, (westering Crtr, assigna- 
tas Mgtr) 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. ^ % 4. xal . . , e^yov A; ov6ev (xov ycLQ htiv 
SQyov P I dvai^eaig xal uItwv xmKpoxriq -xal P | xal — H 4 aSixiaq h 
I =^ H f. 18V 1 xaxadlxn A; -/alivbdeopia P 5 § 5. (59) J^«t — P 6 xal 
omisso, TO elSoc, cum ^^aifiaoa coniunxenmt LP | avx^q H: avtov LP | 
ovx A: — P I bd-soDQ. . . . vTCfJQX^ H [avxfjg: avxov) L; id-eib^ovv anav td 
aojfxa avxfjg axoxia' 7} de oipig avxf^g oXt] XafiTtQO. SidxXojQog P 7 '^ L 

f. 16^2 I ^ccl — p I -^yQKDfxsvac: + cbg d^dxovtog, xal xa avfinayxa (liXii 
avirjg, doQUxa. Kal ^ (pwvfj avxr^q xaxddtjXogy ^px^vo HQog jue P | § 6. Je... 
avxiiv A: xaxaaocpiadfAevoq elicov P 8 Ttv{evfi)a nov. P | vnb (bis) H: 

did L, — P I nolw dyyhXijy P 9 xaxa^yi} av P | o dfi L | elm fwi: 

A; flOi e(p7] P 

MS P -= Rec. B. 9 pro vnd . . . ixeXae praebet P haec: tw &yyeX(p xov 
S^eov xcj) xaXovfievca d<pag<o(p, d bQfX7]vevexai ^a(patiX, o) xal vvv xaxaQyovfiai 
llg xov dndvxa {a super lineam adscr. P<^, clnavxa Fl) XQOvov. ov x6 dvofia 
idv Tig xwv dv[9'Qd}n)o)v inlaxaxai xal M yevvoiO^ yvvatxl yQdxpy, xoxe oi 
6vv^ao/iiai alaeX^etv ov 6 (super lin. adscr, V^) ^\p?l(pog Jfi 

MSS HL == Rec. A. 10 oxav yevvirjari ?} yvvacxa L 11 and r. ix, — L 

MSS LILP =^ Recc. AB, 11 § 7. xdya> ooXofx&v P, xal iytb A | xavxa 
xal So^daaq rdv xvqlov P | ngooex. HP: exeXevaa L 12 avx^v . . . xge- 
fmaS: — L I avx'}/v ego: rovxoig H, ccvxfjq P | tag XQlxaq P 



y^lll^ 7— XIV, 4 niEQoSgdxmv 45* 

xov vaov tva navxBo, ol dtSQxofispot viol 'idQarjX ffXsjtoprsg 
So^adovOL tov d'BOV xov dovxa fioc zfjv s^ovcflav ravrrjv.^ "^ * 

XIV. Eat JtaXiv exiXsvoa jtaQBlval (loi exegov 6ai(iova' xal 
riXd-s JtQog fie xw sWu dgaKcov xvhvdovfispog^ xb 61 xgocosjtov 
hmv xcLL xovq otodaq avd-gmJiov xal xa fiskrj avxov dgdxovxog 
xflt xa Jtxsga xaxa ncoxov. 2. xal I6d>v avxov exO-afi^og yevo- 
usvoq EtJtov avx^' »0v xig si xal jtod^sv hXriXvd-ag\^ xal bLjib fioi 
TO jcvsvfia' »ro fisv jtgSxov jtagsCxrjxa doc, ^aCtXev SoXoiimv, 
'sipsviia d-tojcotovfiBvov €V dvO-gcoJtoig, * vvv ds xax7]gyfjfi8vov 
iia xrjg xov d-sov 6e6ofiev7]g coc 6g)gayi6og, 3. xal vvv e/oJ sifii 
Xsyoiisvog Ilzagodgaxcov, ov 6vyyiv6f/Evog JtoXXalg yvvat^iv, 
oliyaig Je xal EV(z6gg}0tgj atxtvsg ^rov ^vXov'^ xovxov xov aoxgov 
opofia xaxiyipvCi. 4. xal ajtegypiiat Jtgog avxag ooal Jtvsvfta 
^itzBQoetdhg ovyytvofievov 6ia yXovxcov, xal rj f/av ^aCxa^ei -^ eqxjog- 
'lirjCa xal x6 ysvvrjd'sv eg avxrjg ^'Ego)(g) ylvexar vjt dvdgmv Sh 
(iTj ivprjd-sp ^aCxaxd-rivat Itp6(p7]6ev aga xal ri yvviq exeivrj, avxTj 



MSS HLP = Recc. AB. 1 c. vaov LP: fiov xal zov vaov H, + tov 
^£0V P 1 ot . . . *1gq. ego-. 01 bQxo^BVOL viol i[aQa)^7. xal H, ol dtf^/OjUfrot 
l(bv vlmv i{aQa)^X L, ol (supra lin. adscr. P*^) viol lOQa^X dieQX^^BVOt xal P 
\\f i^Unovtsg avx'^v xal L 2 do^aaovGt ego: — H, do^o^Qovoi LP | xvqlov 
X. d-sov l{CQa)p. P I ravTTjv: + xal ao(pLav xal dvvafxtv naQa B-eov (* f. 12^ 
Sia Ttjq GipQayXdoq zavzriQ P | * * H f. 19^ 

C. XIV. (60) 3 daifzoviov L 4 ngog . . . xvXivS. H: ;i^. fj.e z6 iSoq 
hq "^^dxovToq xvXcvS. L, tjqo nQoGoinov 6Qaxovxo£c6^q avaxvXcvd. P | xal 
zovq nodaq l/wv P b x. z. fxiXrj avz. H: zd ds bzsqov aw^a L, xa 6h fxelT] 
dtov ndvza and zBv noSajv P | d^axovzoq HP: xovzbq L 6 xaxa vb- 

rov P, xazk vmzov H, Ix zk vozazov L ] § 2. Ubv vel l8ov P | avzov H 
[ex ~oq corr.) P: xovzov L 7 xal slnov L | avxib H: ahbv L, — P [ ov 
— P I el dalfxcDV xal ziq k{e)'y{ei)' xal P | bXijXvd-aq Bins (xoi P | xal 
.. nvevfia H; x. anoxQid'el; xb nvevfxa Xsyai P, — L 8 zbv /nhv H 

9 nvBVf/d z£ P I d^£07iot7]fj.h^ov L I fcV dvd-Qcbnotq 6h vvv xaxa^yovfiac H 

L f. 16^1 10 T^q . . . aoL P: zijq O^q dsdofASVTjq H, xov &£0v 6b8o}(xevov 

fOi L I atp^ayZdoq xal GO(plaq P | § 3. xal vvv P : vvv 6h A | iyw 

htfioviov (p. 48*, 1. 5), i. c, XIV 3— XVI i) om. mss. HL 

MS P = Rec. B. 12 ^vXov certe falsum est: ^v?. <; [X super v posito) 
*lS, ^vXl F1 errore, ^Kplov vel Selqlov conj. Bn; stellae vel sideris nomen aut 
lompendium falso enodavit scriptor; 1. forte To^bzov^ 14 yXovxibv Crtr 

nates): nXovxov P | ^aGxdt.ei ego: i^dazat,ev P | ^ Fl: ^' P | i(p6^. 
^Ga P 15'jE^og Fl: ioo) punctis tribus incertum esse notatum P, jjgox; 

:onj. Bn vix recte 



46* 'Ev^rpiyoq XIV, 4— XV, 6/ 

(zov 7] JtQa^ig koxiv, 5. d^iaov ovv fiot fiovov aQxead-^vat, ra 61 
Xotjca tSv 6ai^ovi(Dv kvox^ovfisva vjto 6ov xararaQacfOofisva 
jtadav fiev aXrjd-siap dijtcoGC xa 6e 6ta jivQog jtoirjcovciv avaXm- 
d-rjvat r?]v fieZXovOav vXrjv rmv ^vXg)v vjto Cov 6vvayB<Sd'at slq 
5 olxodofirjv sv rw vawA 6. xal cSg xavxa sXdX7]Cfsv 6 dalfiov, 
I60V x6 jcv6v(ia ajto xov Cxo/laxog avxov e^sXd-ov svejcgrjOB xbv 
dgvfiSva xov At^avov xal avsjivQids jtavxa xa ^vXa ccjcbq slg rov 
vaov xov d-sov sO'Sfi7]v. 7. xal slSov ayth JjQXoficov 6 JtsjtoirjxE 
x6 Jtpsvfia xal ad-avftaCa, xal do^doag xov d-sov rjQwxriOa xov 

10 dalfiova xov dQaxovxoscdTJ Xiywv ^bIjib (loi jtolcp dyyiXm xaxagy^ 
(Ju,« o 6b fiot B(p7]' ^xw fiByaXw dyysXcp xw av x^ 6BVXBQq> 
ovgavm xad-E^ofiBvo) xS xaXovjiivco "E^galcxl BaC^a^ad'A 8. xdydt 
SoXofiwv dxovoag xavxa xal sJttxaXBadfiBVog xov dyysXov avxov 
xaxBXQtva fiagfiaga Jtgi^aiv aig oixodo^rjv xov vaov xov d-aov. 

15 XV. xal BvXoy^Oag xov d-aov axaXavaa jtagalval fioi axagov 

dalfiova, * xal rjX&a Jtgo Jtgoacojtov fiov axagov jcvBVfia cog yvvT] 
ftav xb al6og axov, aig 6a xovg a)fzovg aragag 6vo xag)aXag Ovv 
XBgolv. 2, xal '^gcoXfjOa avxrjv' ^Xaya ^01 Cv xlg £/.« ag)'r] 6a 
(ior ^ay(6 aifie^Ev^rptyog, ?]xig xal fivgc<6vvfiog xaXovfiai,^ 3. xal 

20 alutop avx^' ^av ;!tolq) dyyaXcp xaxagy^ Cv;^ tj 6a fioi eg)7j' »Tt 
C,rjxaig; xL XQ'^^^^^'i ^7^ ^^^ fiaxa^dXXofiat (og d-aa XayofiBvrjj xal 
fiaxa^dXXofiai JtdXcv xal ylvoiiat axagov al6og axovoa. 4. xal firj 
daXric^g xaxa xovxo yvmvai xdvxa xa xax a^a, dXX^ BJCB167} 
jtagai (loi, alg xovxo dxovOov* aym JtagaxaO-a^ofiac xfi oaX^vy 

25 xal 6ia xovxo xgalg fiogg)ag xaxaxoa, 5- ore fthv fiayavofiavr] vjtb 
xcov (fog)Sv ylvo(iat oag Kgovog. oxa 6a jtaXiv Jtagl xwv xaxa^ 
ybvxcov (ZB xaxegxofiai xal (paivoiiai dXXr] fiogg)i^' xb ftev xov 
0xoixalov fiBxgov drjxxrixov xal dogiCxov xal dxaxdgyrjxov eOxiv, 
aycb yovv alg xdg xgalg iiogg)dg fiaxa^aXXofiavrj xaxagxofiat xal 

30 ylvoiiat xotavxfj "jVJtag ffXaJtaig, 6. xaxagyovfiai 6a vjtb dyyiXov 



MS P = Rec. B. 1 § 5. ^saov. S-hg Bn 2 xata^aoa.: xal xaQaaa, 
"va Bn 4 fxeXXovaav corr. Bn: fxsXovaav P | aov ego: rov P, tovxoiv 

conj. Bn § 6. (62) 6 Uoh corr. Bn: T6ov P | "^ Mg 1337 | i^ek&cov P 
7 * f. 13^ 

MS P = Rec. B. c. XV. 1. 16 * (64) 17 'dxov ego: 'dxovGpc P 
18 § 2. iQ^rrjoa P §3-20 avr^: ri incertum, ahx(b Fl g 5. 28 K^rrj/- 
xov P ; avktrjTOV Fl errore 



XV, 6—14 fj SiaB'i^iCT} avvjj 47* 

'Pad^avarjl tov xad-e^ofievov sig tqIzov ovgavov, 6ia rovro ovv 
601 Xiyca' ov dvvaral ^s x^grjOat 6 vabg ovtoca 

7. Tcaycb ovv 2oXo(imv sv^dfcsvog rm d-sqi ftov xdl sjttxaXs- 
Hafisvog TOP ayysZov ov sljte ftoij ^PaB'avai^X, ijtblr^aa r7]v cq>Qa- 
ylSa xai Kate0g)Qa'/i6a avrrjv aXvast zQirrfj, xal xazco dsOfiSv 
x^q aXvOewg exoirjCa rrjv Og)Qayt6a rov d-eov. 8. xal nQOBtpr]- 
tsvCE fiot TO Jivsvfia Xiyov' ^ravxa (isv <Jt5, fiaiiiXsv ^oZofiSv, 
3toieig ^fitv. fisxa 6e xqovov riva Qay^dsral dot rj ^aOtXeia aov, 
xal jtaXiv sv xaigw diaQgay^asrat 6 vaog ovxog xal dvvXsvad^^- 
Csrai xaCa %Qov<SaXf}(i ajto ^aatXswg IleQGwv xal Mridcov xai 
XdkSaimv' xal xa cxsvfj xovxov rov vaov ov Cv Jtoietg dovXsv- 
\oovCi d-eotg, 9. ^£^ cbv av xal xavxa xa ayyeta sv olg ^fiag 
xaraxXsleig xXaod'TjCovxai vjto x^^Q^^ avd-Qwjtmv xal xoxb ^fietg 
\^^eX£v66(i£d'a sv JtoXXfj 6vva[ist evd-sv xal svd-sv xal sig xov 
[xoCfiov xaxaOjtaQTjOofis^a. 10. xal jtXav^dofisv xaisav xf}v ol- 
xovfisv7]v fisxQi JtoXXov xatQOV £a)g rov d^sov 6 vlbg xavvod-^ sm 
^vXov xal ovxEXi yccQ ylvsxac xoiovrog ^a<jiXavg ofiotog avxS 
zavxag ruiag xaragymv^ ov -^ fi^XfjQ dvdQl ov fuyrjCsxat. ii. xal 
tlq 2ai% xocavxfjv s^ovciav xaxct Jti^svfiarov si firj sxslvog; ov 
jtgmrog dia^oXog JcsigaOai C,7]xi]6sc xal ovx icxvost jtgbg avxov, 
ov rj tp7]g)og xov ovofiaxog xf^^? ^ eCrtv ^Efifiavov^X. 12. 6ca 
tovxo, ^aOiXsv ^oXoficov, o xaigog oov Jtovrjgog xal ra srri Cov 
(lixga xal Jtovrjga xal rq> dovXo) Cov dod-rjOsxac ri ^aCiXsia <Jov.« 

13. Kaym 2oXoficov * dxovCag xavxa sdo^aoa xov d-sbv xal 
d'avfiaGag rSv daifi6v(Dv rag ajtoXoylag swg xwv dno^dosoiv 
fjjcloxovv avxotg xal ovx sjcloxevov rolg Xsyofisvoig vjt avxwv. 
14. oxs 6s syivovxo, xors Cvvrjxa xal sv rw d^avdxcp fiov sygaipa 
rrjv 6ia&Tjx7jv xavTfjv jcgbg xovg vlovg logarjX xal sSmxa avxotg 
mCxs sidsvat xag dvvdfi^ig xSv dat^ovcov xal rag (iog(pag avxwv 



MS P ^ Rec. B. 2 § 6. Xf^p^aai conj. Cr: ywQlGat P 3 § 7. (65) 

5 Seofxiov ego: 6eo/xdv P § 8, 9 avvXevaS-. ego: avvkevO-. P, vox nihili cuius 
vis fortasse est *congeries lapidum fiet', "shall be undone'' = {avv)XvS^aETai 
Cr, avvXovB^OEtai (sic) Fl errore * IS § 9. xaraxXelecQ ego: xaraxXveig P 
24 § 13. (66) * f. 14^ 27 § 14. * Mg 1340 

C. XV 10. Apoc, XII 9 notat James 
C. XV II. Mt. IV I— 11; Lk. IV 1—13 
C. XV 12. Gen. XVII 9 notat James 



48* Kvvonriyoq XV, 14— XVI, 3 

xal xa ovofiara avrcov tSv dyyeXcov kv olg xaraQyovvrai ol 
dalfiopeg, 15. xal do^doag xvQtov top d-sov 'laQarjl kxiXevcd 
jtBQidsd-rivai to xvev^a deOfiotg dXvzotg. 

XVI. Kal evXoyrjaag top d-sbv kxilevoa TcaQsZvat tXEQ'ov 
5 JTVSvfia. xal ijXd-€ jiqo jvQo6(6jtov fiov azsQOP daifiopcop * s^ov 
xr}p fiOQ(pTjp EfijtQoOd'EP ijtJtov^ ojiiOd-EP ds lxB"vog* xal /ieyet 
(isydXrjp X7}p fpmprjp' ^^aCiksv 2o?.oiicop, eycb d-aXdcoiop sifii 
Jtpsvfia xalEnop, sysiQo^at ovp xal SQXofiai ejil- xovg Jtskdyovg 
xaQa * xrjg d-aldaorjg xal s[iJtodiC,co xovg sp avx^ JtXeopxag dp- 

10 d-Qwxovg. 2. dceysiQOfiePog 6s xal sfiavxop dg xvfia xal iisxa- 
lioQ(pov^ePog ejtsiOsQXOfcai xolg JtXoioig. xal avxi] /lov 7] egyaoia 
xov vjtodsxsodac xd XQW^'^^ ^^^ xovg apO-Qcojtovg. ^Xafi^dpo) 
yaQ xal 6isy8iQOf/ai xal diaQQCTtxo) xovg apB-Qcojtovg vjto xrjg 
d'aXaCOrjgy ovxcog sifil ijiid-vficop oa)fiax(DV, aXX hxQiTtxco avxa 

15 fgro xrig d-aXdoorjg 8a)g xov dsvgo.^ 3. EJtsl 6s o BssX^s^ovX 6 
X(bp dsQicop xal sjttysimp xal xaxax^-opicop jtPBVfidxa)p 6sOJt6x7]g 
Cvfi^ovXsvEi elg xdg xad-' spog Ixdcxov rj^atp JiQa^sig, 6id xovxo 
xaym dpe^rjp ax xrjg * d'aXdcOTjg oxe^ip xcpd Xa^stp Jtag' avx(p. 



MS P = Rec. B. 1 ante dyyikcjv scriptum 6aifx6v{<t>v) linea delevit 
prim. man. 

C. XVI. (67) 1. 5 * rursus inc. mss. HL 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. G /xo(><p. ^x^ ^5 (.lOQcp. ^';^a>v L | svnQoaxBv H 
I oTiLGTev L I pf. A. fxeydXr] xfjv (pwvijv H, x. key(£i) fxsza ^eyaXriq (p(avrj<; L, 
a. (piov)} iiv aviijj /.lEydXt] xal sksye nQoq f-is P 7 iya> nvivfxa d-akdaaiov 

elfjLt P I d-aXdaatog L 8 iyei^. . . . d-aXdoat^g: xal dnodexofiai iv /^vaai 
xal aQyvQO). ^ya> xoiovxov elf.u nvtvfta diayvQOfxsvov xal ^^/o^fvoj^ inl xd 
anXcbfiaza xov vdaxog xrjg S-ccX. P \ ovv Hi de L | t-Tit . . . d-aXdoorig H: 
did xrjg d-aXdaarig bnl xd nXua (1. nXola) L 9 ''' PI f. 19^ | ^v avxy nX. 
HP: ii> x<b nXslo) (1. nXoup) L 10 § 2. StsysiQ. . . , fxexafio^ip.: dtsyv^o) 

yap i-y.avxdv scg xvfia xal fA€ua/J.o^(poi\uac' iniQiTvco} xal P | Sisyv^of^Evot L 
I xal — L I i^uavtov L; iftamovg H | wg xv^a L; xsTfiat H 11 ineiG- 
£QX' P- TtBQiGQXOi^ai L I vnsiGSQxo^iat xov nXsiov H | fxov iaxlv P 
12 xoZg dv{Q'Q(j)n)oLg L 

MS P =^ Rec. B. 12 Xaft^dvQ) . . . dev^o (1. 15): — A 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. § 3. 1. 15 enel ego: inl A, insid/i P | 6 xibv 
. . . 6san6x7}g A: aQX^"^ '^^'^ deQlcDV nvevfidvcov x. xacax^-. pc. iniy. 6e67i6^£t 
xalV 17 i!^^ovXev€i L | slg xdg V: xov A \ xaS-' — P 18 dve^rj 

LP: dva^alvo) H | Ix A: and P | "^ P f. 14^ | axiipiv: axfjyjiv 
conj. Cr cum dubio | axirptv . . . d-aXdoCrig (p. 49^^, 1. 2) P: om. per homoeo- 
teleuton A 



! XVI, 4— ^VII, I KvvOTiTjyog 49* 

f4. Bxco 6e xal ixEQav 66^av xal xga^cv' fiExa^oQ(pov^at slg xv- 
i (lata xal aVBQ%0(iat ajto rrjg d-aZaOOTjg xal detxpvm sfiavxov roTg 

favd'QcoJcoig xal xaZovCl fie Kwoutriyov ^ozi (isra[ioQ(pov^at eig 
■t, avd-QCOJcov* son fioi to ovofxa dXfjd-eg. vavriav 61 aJtooriXXa} 
i nva 6ia xrig avodov fiov slg xovg dvd-QcoJtovg, 5. rjXd-ov ovv 
I dc, xr^v Ovfi^ovXfjv xov aQxovxog BssX^s^ovX xal idsOfiSvas (is 
i dg rag X^^Q^^ Cov.^ vvv Ss jraQsCxrjxa Coc xal dia xo fi7] s^siv 
I vSmg 6vo rj xgstg rjiiigag sxXeijtst xo jtvsvfia fiov rb kaXovv 
f- (Joi.** 6. xdycb sl:jtov avxm' ^Xsye fioi jcolco ayyslcp xaxaqystCau^ 
ijo 6i Xeysr T>6ta rov * ^laftsd-.* 7. xdycb sxsXsvOa avxbv ^Xrjd^rj- 
£ vat slg g)idXrjp xal vdaxog d-aXdocrjg doxag Ssxa jtsQixvvsCd-ac 
■y ml xsQLi<pQa^a sjtdvo) fiaQftaQO) xal jtsQiTjjrXaxia x^ aO^aXxco 
. xal jtlaci;} xal cxvjtsico xb Cxofia xov dyyslov xal o^gayicag xqt 
\ SaxxvXi6lq) sxsXsvOa djtoxedrjvai slg xbv vabv xov Q^sov, 

XVII. Kal sxsXevoa Jtagstval ftoi exsgov Jtpsvfia. * xal rjXd-s 
jtvsvfia dvd'gtonov (iogg)i]v sxov Oxoxstvrjv xal oq)^aXfiovg Xd^i- 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. §4-1 scvfiava conj. Cr: xavfiaxa P 3 xal A 
o)q ol iniyeioi "? \ Kwonr^yov H : xvvontyo) L, 1. forte xvfiazoTiTjyov, xvvona- 
oxov P, 1. xvvoa^atov, KvvoonaaTOv Cr cum Plin., HN XXIV 74 

MS P = Rec. B. 11. 3 — 9 babet P textum peculiarem, Zxl . . . ;ff t^cJ? 
60V (1. 7) om. A 7- — 9 vvv . . . aoi: xdyto naQsaxiv ivcaniov aov Sia xf}q 

G<pQayl6oq xavxi]Q' xal av vvv ^aoavl^sig ^uf, l6ov ovv 6vo xal x^i&v fjusQaJv 
hXeinsi xo nv{evfi)a xb XaXovv dta xo fx^ sxsiv fxs vSq}q P 

MSS HL = Rec. A. 4 dh: + na^exoj L 7 ool H: ff£ L 8 '6x1 

Svo xQetq ^fis^aQ ponit post XaXovv oot L 9 * L f. 16^2 

MSS HLP =^ Recc. AB. § 6. (69) 9 xaym . . avx. HP: Xsyw dh xov- 
xov L I Xiye piot — L | ayytXmv A | xaxaQy^ av P 10 XeyEv. s<pTj P' 
i * H f. 20^ 1 'laftiS' LP: la^id- H | § 7. xdy(^: + do^daag xbv ^eov P | 
xskevaaq H | avx. pXrjS-. H: tr. L ] avxbv — P 11 eig <piaX. ^Xi]B: xo 
nvEVfxa P I (piaXriv P: (pvXax^iv A | neQixvv. A: dva fxexQrjxiov /? P 
12 indvQ) P: indvod-ev L, — H | ^a^fxd^a) H; ^aQixaQoyv LP | nsgi^- 
nXtoaa A: — P | z^ da<p. A; daq)dXx(ov P 13 niaa^ ego: nvaav H, 

nL<Sa L, niaafiq P | x. axvnel(a ego: x. oxvnio)v H, oxcnicov L, — P | elq 
xb P I axo^a HP: ao^a L | dyysLov APCr: dyysXov Fl errors ] xb Saxxv- 
Xldiov H 14 ixeX. . . . d-eov — H | ^v x& va<j> L 

C. XVII. 15 ixeXevaav H | nvevfxa HP: Salfiova L | * (70) TjXd-ei 
+ TiQb n^oad>7iov fj,ov xaxeidwXiofiivov [xaxaXiafihov Mg, xaxadovXia/xevov 
Cr) sxs^ov P 16 Mxov P: exojv L, sxovoav H | axoxsiv^jV L: axox£V7)v H, 
axoxsivbv P \ . X, dg>S: Xaun, A: xovq d<pS: I'xov Xa/xn. xal iv x^ /ei^t 
(pi^ov andd-rjv P 

UNT. 9: McCown. 4* 



50* hx^mbv 7iV8vfJ.a — Max^ov XII, 1—5 

xovxaq. xal EJtfjQcorrjCa avrbv Xeymv' ^0v rig eI;^ ^o 6h 6g)rj' 
^syco elfit oxEixov Jtvsvfia dvd-Qwxov yiyavrog EV~C<pay^ texeXev- 
Tr]xoTog EV rS xaiQS rcov ytydvtcovM 2. xal eljiov avrqi' 
T>XEyE fioc Ti diajtQdxTELg bjiI XT]g yrjg ycal jtov EX£ig olTcrjxrjQiovlt 
5 o da fioi E<p7j' ^ri * xaxocxla fiov hv xonotg a^dxoig. fj EQyaola^ 
fiov avxrj' JtaQaxadd^ofiac xoig xEd-vEOGiv avd'Qoijtoig kv xolg fiVT]^ 
fiEioig xal kv dcoQia JtaQafiOQg)S * xoTg xeO-veoCc xal si Xrjxpofiai * * 
xiva Evd-Ecog * dvaigS avxbv xm ^lg)£c. 3. el dh fir] dvvTjdoi dpac~_ 
QElv, jtocco avxov 6atfiovl^£0{}-at xal xdg odgxag avxov xaxaxQci^. 

10 yscv xal OtdXovg sx xmv yEVEtcoP avxov xaxagQEtv,^ 4. Eq)'r}p 6e 
avxq>' >g)o^'^B'7]Ti xov d-EOP xov ovgavov xal XTJg y^g xal eIjce\ 
fiot Jtoicp dyyiXco xaxaQyEi(iat,<s- 6 ds E(pri fioi' ^ifih xaxagyst 6 
f-tikXcov xaxEXd-Elp ccoxi^gj ov xb cxoixeIov ev xm fiExcoJicp^ et xtg 
ygdipsCf xaxagyEl (ie xal Ejnxciirj&alg djtoCxQEtpco djt avxov xa- 

15 X^^^' tovxo 6e x6 0?]fiETov Cxavgog.^ S- ^avxa 6h axovOag Bycb 
^JoXofiSv xaxExXEtCa xov dalftova wCJtEg xal xdXXa Satfiopta.- 



MSS HLP = Recc. AB. 1 avrdv A: airo P 1 Xsyiov — P 
MS P = Rec. B. 1 — 3 to rffi . . . ytydvTcav P, xal 6 Sa'tfitov M^rj' rd ^vofid 
fjLOv ^ax^ov L, — H | \ 6 6s cum rec. A infra; xb 6e V 2 dxBtxbv ego, 
i q-j bxsvTLxbv: dxi^bv P 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB, 3 § z. xal — "9 4: xal — h 5 o rfe fiot 
H: 6 SalficDV L, t^ de P | ^ xaxotxla . . . ipyaala: ^ xascola (1. xaxla)il \ 
?) fzhv xax. P I * P f. 15^ I xoTtotq d.^axoiq L: xoXq xaxax&QnotQ roTtot^ P 
I ^ 6s i^y. P 6 avxri HP; ixovx?] slvai h, + iorlv H | Tta^axad-l^o) 
ifiavxbv P I xESn^sdaiv A: ita^e^xof^^voig P 7 xal dcAX' iv H | na^a- 

fxoQ<pu): + ^^ H I * H f. 20^ I xed-v. A: xeXevxwai P | ft P: ^ H, ^ L 
I * * L f . 17^ 8 evB-scog post ^l^si ponit L ] * Mg 1341 | avatQ& H: 
av£Q(x> Vj asQii) L | tw H: t^ L, — P | § 3. ^m^ L: ^01 H, oy P | avai- 
QsTv A: avaiQT^aai P 9 noim'. noibv L | avxov: avxajv L | xaxatQO)- 

yeiv A: xaxsad-lsiv P 10 aiaXovq ego: ov aXXoiq H, asi RXXovq L, xovq 

aisXovQ P I ix A: and P | yevslcov P: yoviwv A | avxov H: avT{wv) L, 
— P I xaxaQssLV H, xaxa^scov L | § 4. ^s(pj] A 11 avx(p: -\- 6 paaiXsvq 
ooXofidJv (po^ri^. ovv P 1 xov . . . x^q HP: 7tv{evfjL)a novriQbv L 1-2 ayy^i- 
Xcov H I xaxaQyy av V \ 6 6h A: xb 6" F \ fioi H: — LP | 6 i^ikn \ 
ifih xaxaQyii fxs L 13 xaxsXd: awx. A: o{a)x)^Q ysvsaS-ai av{d'gQ>7t)oq P | 
xal si' A 14 ygdyjEf. + aizo} A, iTtiygdipst P | xava^yeZ . . . avxov A : 
^xxijOSL fis xal (po^TiS-slq d7ioax^a<pT^aof/,at P 15 xal xovxo P t 0x(av)- 

Q{6)q A: Mv xiq iitiy^dtp^ (po^T^^aofJiai P | § 5- xavxa 6s A: xal rovro Pi 
+ avxov H 16 xaxExX* A: xal 6o^doaq xvQtov xbv d-sbv inixXetaa P | 
X. 6aifj.. H. avxbv L, xb daifzbvwv P [ xa aXXa L | 6aifjt6via A: 7iv{svf4)ata P 



XVIII, 1—4 ra A;' azotxeta 5 1* 

XVIII. Kal exiXsvoa Jtagslvat fiot etsQov dalfiopa. xcd tjX- 

^ov JtQog [IB ra rgtaxovxa eg Oroixsiaj * al xoQvg)al avxcov coq 

,xvvsg afioQq)Oi, iv avrotg 6h ijOav avd-Qa)jt6(iOQ<pa^ tavQ6fiOQg)a, 

^qi03tQ66<ojca, 6QaxovTo^0Q<pa, Cg)iyyojtQO0(Djta, jtxr^vojtQoCmjta. 

\ 2r x«i tavra 16<dv e/co ^oXofiwv ijtrjQwrrjOa avra Xiycov* yxal 

Astg rlvsg e(Jr£;« at de oftod-Vfiadov fiea * qxDv^ djtov »7]fcelg 

'IciLBV ra xQiaxovxa eg Cxoixeia, ol xoOfioxgaxogeg xov Cxoxovg 

xov almvog xovxov. 3. aXX^ ov dvvaCai ^fiag, ffaciXev, d6cx7]6ai 

ov6e xaxaxXslCai' dXX kjistdi} sdcoxd Got 6 d-sbg xtjv k^ovciav 

ijcl jtavxmv xwv asQicov Jtvsvfidxwv xal s:^iy£i(DV xal- xaxa- 

•f^ovimv , I60V jcaQaOXTjxoiiBv injtQoad-iv col mg xa * XoiJta 

■^VBV(iaxa.* 

4. Eayo) <Je JSoXofcSv JcQoOxaXsadfievog x6 ep Jtvevfia sljtov 



f C. XVIII. MSS HLP = Recc. AB. 1 (72) naQBtval ^xol 'LP: — H | 
\'kzQov dccLfz. P: ^SQa daifj(6via L, 7tv[svfji)axa H | xal iiXd-ov %. fis: — L | 
^X&ovV: ^X&aaiv H 2 n^og fie H: Tt^d nQoamnov fxot P | r« Ac; atocx^ H, 
to; Xsyofieva atotx- L> TQiaxovra ^^ 7iv{svfi]a P | * H f. ai'" | al xoq. HP: 
ml fj xoQv<pfj L I , ojg LP: oiael H 3 ^ avzoTg- fjaav 6s H | ^aav xal L 
I ava)fiOQ<pa xal xax6(A.0Q(pa' ^riQ' 6,Qax, aipiyyoin* TtteQota* iv ra n^daajna 
H, and avwfxoQfpa ' xal xav^opL. xal S-tj^. L, avQ-Q<j)7t6fiOQ(poi^ dvonQOOtnTCoi, 
^oooTCQoatoTioi, xal TtzrjvoTtQoaoDTtot P 5 § 2. xal . . . SoX. A: xfxyd} aoXo- 
{i(bv axovaaq xal I6(j)v avza iB-avfiaaa xal P | avza — H ] xal — P 
6 at HP: si L | ofiod: HP: ofiov L | fj,iav (pcov^v L | * L f. 17^2 | 
HTiav fxia <p<ov^ H 7 icfi^v HP : iaxal L | tgiax. F^gi daifiovia xal axoc- 
Xeitx L I ol HP: — L ] rd axSroq L 8 xov almvog A: — P | § 3. rfu- 
v^a^ ^aaiXsv aoXofxmv Tjfxag P | xal a^Lxstaai L 9 ovdh xaxaxX.'. — L, 
+ ov6s xsXsvaai ^fiTv P | ineid^ LP : iitsl H | xvQiog 6 d-sbg P 10 nav- 
%(ov [-\- fifjLiav L) . . . [xctl — 1° — om. H) . . . xaxa%^. A: navxbg nv^^iia- 
To)s dsQlov zs xal imysLov xal xazax^oviov P 11 ISoif A: dia xovxo xal 
^fi£Tg P I Tiagaaz'^xo/iEV H: naQaoxixapLSV aoi L, itaQiaxdfisd-a P 1 %fi- 
■ TCQoad'eif H: pr. xal TjfisTg L, ivcbmov P | Sg xal L|*Pf. 15^ 12 Ttvsv- 
fiaxa: + oLTid x^iovy xal xavQOv, Sidvfiov zs xal xaQxLvov^ Xsovzogj xal naQ- 
&§vov, t,vyov zs xal axKoQuLov (sic, x = tj'i) xo^Sxov^ alywxsQCDzog, v6^o- 
Xoov, xal Ix^og P 

MS P = Rec. B. § 4. 11. 13— p. 52*, 1 pro Kayia , , , /j.ot praebet P haec: 
toxe iyw aoXofzwv imxaXsaafievog z6 Evofia xvqIov aa^awd-, ius^wtTjaa avxct 
xaS-' ha onoXog XQdnog avx&v xvyx^vsh ^ccl ixiXevaa ahxovg ha haaxov 
ek t6 fisaov iXd-Svza elnetv z^v kavxov Tt^d^iv. x6xe TtQoaeXS-wv 6 TiQoJxog 
shcev P 

MSS HL = Rec. A. § 4. 1. 13 (J^ — L | rd — L 

4** 



52* Tct Ic' avoixeta XVIII, 4— 9 

avTtp' »at> rig ai;^ 6 61 e^rj fioi ^^ayco dsxavbg a rov C^codiaxo^ 
xvxXoVj 6q xaXovfiai ^Pva^,'^ 5, xsipaXaq avd'QcoJtmv noim aky^^ 
xdX XQOTaq)Ovg caXsvco. cog fiopov axovooa' >Mixo.7\l, ayxkaii^av 
Puag<, avd^vg avayrnqmA 6. o 6a{ixaQQg Bq)i]' T>lyfh BaQaag)a^X 

5 xaXovficcu Tjiiixgdvovg jcocm rovg dvO-gdjiovg tovg ev r^ wga 
fiov xstfiivovg. mg 6e dxovOo)' >ra^Qi^X, lyxXeiOov BaQ6a<pariX<j 
evd-vg dvaxcoQca.*^. 7- o rglrog eg)'rj' ^^AgroCa^X xaXovfiai. 6q)d-aX- 
[.lovg dSixm C(p66Qa. (og de dxovCo)' >OvQtriX, eyxXsiaov 'Aqto- 
0af]Xy< svd-vg dvaxcoQco*<^ 

10 8. "O ritaQTog eg)?]' ^syco xaXovfiai * ^OgoniX. Xatfiovg xal 

Gwdyyag xal Crjjtsdovag kjiinifiJia). wg 6s dxovaco' >^Pag)a^X, 
^eyxXEictov OqojibX,-^^ sv&vg avaxcoQco.^ 9. o Jt:e/iJttog e<pri' ^eyco 
EatQm^avovddXov * xaXovfiac. £fig)Qd^Eig mrimv Jtoi^. kav 6s 



MSS HL =^ Rec. A. § 4. 1 * H f. 21^ | fiOi — I. 

MS P = Rec. B. § 4. 11. 1—2 pro iy(o . . . "^Pia^ praebet P textum inter- 
polatum hunc: iyd) slfxt 6 [nQtbxoq) dsxavdg xov t,a)6Laxov xvscloVj dg xaXovfxai 
XQioq, xal iiax i/iov 01 Svo ovrou iTtrjQwzrjCa ovv avzovg' rlveg xaXeiad-s; 
§ 5. o fihv TtQmxog ^6(pri' iyd)^ xvqib^ Qva^ xaXov^ai 

MS HL ==s Rec. A. § 4. 11. 1 — 2 eyw . . . ''Pva^ dubitanter propono: iym 
Sexadav {dsxddwv L) xov i^oSlov {i^odtdv L) xvxXwvog [xaxoxkovog — xo 
supra lin. adscr. — H) xaXovfiat xal XQcdg HL 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. §5-2 TtoieZv H | SiXyetv — A ^ seal 
— L I aaXsveiv H | fiovov: fisv L | syxXeiaov ego: ^xXvaov (forte recte, 
sed in ms. tribus punctis dubii indicandi notatum) P, syyeiaov H, syyiaov L 
4 'Pucf^ P: ov ovQbv H, ovqo^jX L | § 6. (74) devxegog: numeros constanter 
per compendia scr. codd. omnes | ^gjfj: Xiy <i L | ^aQCa^a^X L 5 ^(il- 
x^avog L, tj ^ixgavoeg Mg | xovg avd'Q. A: aXyeXv P 6 0)5 rf^ L: s<j>g 
6s H, iav (Jiovov P | ^syxXtjaov HP, ^xksiaov [x ex X corr.) L 7 sv^g 

semper scr. P, ehS-emg semper L, interdum Ev&vg-, interdum svS-emg H ] 
§ 7- (75) ^«^ ^ L I jiQXOOafjX HL: d^caxoaa^jX P S wg Sh H: Sg f^dvovV^ 
xal idv L | dxovoat P | ovQovhX L | ^yxXetaov P: sxxXeiaov H, ^axXsi- 
oov L I aQaxoaa^X P, dgaa^iX L 

§ 8. sectionem 8 om. Fl cum nota hac: »Hic omisl quae v. in additam. 
sub signo *),« quae additamenta reperire non potui 10 ^i(pri HP: eiuBV L ] 
* L f. 17^1 I 'OgoTteX P: oQOTtoXog L, dponoXov H | Xai^ovg . . . ^ni- 
Ttifino) P: Xifxovg xal avfiTteSmvag xal ow(Exccg linea delet.) finedrnvag xal 
avvoxdg ifXTioia) H, Xix{ovg) xal ameSSvag x. avvoxdg iptniib L 1\ wg 6b 
A: idv V 12 eyxXeioov ^Og. — A | § 9. {76) IS xal gw^avov6dXov H 
xaiQi^svov6dXa>v L, iov6dX P | ' H f. 22^ j ^i^KpQa^iv P | wxlmv HP: 
fJrt L I 71010} H: ivf^Tiiu) L, xal a^7]vojatv dxowv imxeXw P | 6h — P 



XVni, 9— ^5 xa Xe,' axoix^Za 53* 

ktovooi' >OvQov7JX, ^eyxXsiaov EaiQco^avovdaXov ,^ av&vg * di^a- 

imQS.<i 10. ixrog s^rj' -^kym 2g)£vdovariX xakovfiai. jcagv- 

xi6ag xal oJtiOd'OTOVOvg ifiJtoico, sap axovOco' >Saffai^X, ^^iyxXet- 

\cov 2q)Bvdova7iX^<^ Evd^vg ccvaxo)Qco.i 11. o e^dofiog e^ij' ^iyca 

5 ^avdwQ xaXovftai^ coficov Svvaiitv bXarzco xal xacgmv vevQa 

naQaXWj xal fieXfj xojtca^co. sav axovOco' >AQai^X, ^eyxXsiOop 

Sg>ci.v6mQ<^ evd-vg dvax€OQw,<^ 12. oydoog £q)7]' ^iyco BsX^hX 

xaXovfiai. xagdlag dvd-QcoJtcov xal tpgivag diaOTQEipo) . . eav 

faxovOo)' >KaQa^Xj ^eyxXeioov BeX^eX,<^ avd^vg dvaxcoQco.'i 

I 13. Evvarog eq)?]' ^syco KovgrarjX xaXovfiac, orQoq)Ovg 

syxaxwv * EJttmiiJtca. sav dxovom' >Iaoi&', ^ByxXetCov KovQxafiX,<^ 

fv^rc dvax<oQ^A 14. dixatog ^ig)rj' y>ey(b MsraMa^ xaXovfiai, 

IvsqiQcov Jtovovg Jtoim. sav dxovCco' * >A6(DvariXf ^iyxXetCov 

(MsxaHa^j-^ svd"vg dvaxcogco.^ 15. o EvdExarog E^rj' ^syco Kara- 
vixorarjX xaXovfiai. fidxag xal avd-adstag xax oixovg kjiijtiii3ta), 
lav xig d-iXEt EigTjVEVEtVj ygaypaxco slg ijtxa <pvXXa 6dq)V7jg xa 



MSS HLP == Recc. AB. 1 ov^ifjX H | %yxXuoov KaiQ. ego : syxXrjaov 
lov6al P, — A I '^ P f. i6i^ 2 § 10. :Sq>evdova^X P: a<psv6eva^% H, tpe- 
Sova^l L ] TiccQVtiS.: -j- notw ' teal naQiad-fxia P 3 dmaxorovovq H, 61x1- 
(novoxovq L, dmaS-oxova P | ^iinOLw A: — P ] Sa^a'^iX [^ ex X coit.)P: 
SapQafiX Mg errore, aa<pa^X L, a(pe^a^X H | iyxX. ^(pev, — A 4 a(pav- 
Sova^X P I § II. (78) e^rj HP: slnev L 5 ^J^avdatQ P: SoQdv H, ipav- 

JwQov L I at/xcov 6w, P: av[^Q(j)7t)(ov [avov H) 6vvdfi£ig A | iXaxTO) P; 
ilaxxdvo) H, iXaxribv L, -|- xal aaXsvo) P, + iav axovei L | seal — H | 
X^iQ&v evQa H 6 naQaXvo) HP: naQxvo) L, -\- xal daxa naXafitJbv avv- 

xqI^o) P I X, fisXri xon. H: x. /iveXovg ifi7ii7tvt,o) {^xninvt^o} Fl, 1. ixTiinl^o) 
'=^ix7ilva)) P, — L I iyxX. StpavS. — A' 7 § 12. (79) ^ox^hX in ^eX^hX 
corr. L 8 6iaaxQ6<p(o HP: cLVaaxQ£<pQ} L 9 Kapai^X A: dl^a/JX P | ^yxA. 
BsXp. — A 

■j § 13. (80) 10 ^dipri HP: elnev L | KovQxaiiX P: xoVQxa^X vel xotpxa^X H, 
axovQxuQa^X L 11 iyxdxcDV A: ^v xoi?.i(x P | * Mg 1344 1 imnifjiTia) A: 
UTtonifiTiWj novovQ indyai P | ^dv . . . ava;ca)pcM — L | 'lacbS- P: tfa- 
i?ffco^ H I ^y;tfA. ^ot;pt. — H 12 § 14. (81) ^V? HP: sItisv L | iWfra- 
Ma^ P: //£Ta5i;a| H, fisxdd-ea^ L 13 vetpgovg notw Tcovetv P | cav 

rfe H I * H f. 22^ I 'A6o)va^X P: adwvat H, atfwvdv L 1 iyxX, MetaS^: 
— A 14 § 15. (82) ^iprj HP: slnev L | Kaxav. P: xavixoxa^X L, vtptfo- 
r«^A H 15 av&a6slaq A: dStxlag P | oixovg: + TtOfcb ;;ori axXriQlag P | 
*Lf. 17V2 16 €l^7]V8vsiv : etp^vsvec L, + fte t^'' oZ;cov «vrov P | y^a- 
V«rtt> P: ygdyjai H, a? y^ay'? L | c^g . . . (Ue H: rot bnxd dvofx. x. xax. /xs 
dq hn. <pvXa ddvvtjq hovxa L, dq sn. (pvXX < 6d<pvi]g xb ovofxa xov xaxag- 
yovvxoq fiE dyyiXoVj xal xavxa xa ovdfxaxa P 



54* ^«f ^<?' GtOLXBla XVIII, 15—19 

ovofiara ra xaxaQyovvxa fiB' >ayyEji6' has' Isco' aa^amd-' kyxXeU : 
Oars KaravixoTa7jkj< xal jtjLvvag ra <pvXka xriq 6ag)vrjg gavaxm 
rov olxov avrov rm vdari, xal svd^vg dvaxcogS.^ 16. 6 dcode- 
xarog eqirj' »eyco 2ag)d^0QariX xaXovfiai. dtxoataalag hfi^aXXm 

5 rolg avQ^Qmnotg xal Evq)Qalvofiai avxovg <Sxav6aXl^cov. eav xiq 
YQaipBL xavxa' * >las' ism' viol HaPa(Dd',< xal g)OQEc sv xm xga- 
XVX(p ccvxov, avd-vg dvaxa)Qm,<i 

17. 'O xQlxog xal dexaxog eg)?]' ^ey6 'Po^od^fjX xaXovfiai. 
vevqSv x^^dcEig Jtoim, eav axovcoi' >Ad(ovatj< svd^g dvaxo^gmA 

10 18. o XExagxog xal dixaxog Eg>rj' »8ycl> AsQm^X * xaXov(iai. ipvxog 
xal Qtyog xal Oxofidxov jtovov sjtayo}, sap dxovaa>' >ld^, firj kfi-^ 
fisiv^g, ^(17] d'EQiiav^g, oxi xaXXiov eCxI :SoXofi(5v svdExa Jtaxd-l 
Qcov,<^ Evd^vg dvaX(x>Q6,<i 19, o nifijixog xal dixaxog E(pri' ^sym 
JSov^sXxl xaXovf/ai. tpQixriv xal vaQxrjv EjriJtEfijto). mv (lopov 



MSS HLP « Recc. AE. 1 Ryysle A: — P | iak B.: kah L, iah P | 
lew LP: IcoEO) H I aapawd- A: viol aa^awd^, Sia to ^vof^a rov fxeyaXov 
Q-eov P I iyxXi^acczai H, iyxXtjadtQ) P, iyylaare L, + rw Fl errore 2 xal 
A: TCkvva vel nXvvag P, itXvvcav Fl | r. g)vX. t. 6a(p, H; tag 6d<paq L, xa 
6a<p6<fwXXa P, toe 6a(pv6q>vXXa Fl, -\- ^nl rov vdazoq P | ^ewdto) (sic) Fl 
errore 3 tdv . . . v6an P : rov ol'xov (xera xh v6o)q ixslvw L, xb v6o)Q inl 
xdv oiseov avrov H, + anb IW ^wg I'^w P | § 16. (83) 4 aatpad'COQa^X P 
I ifi^dXo) P 6 sv^^. air. oxavd. P : q>QhaQ oxavSaXfC^oi [-"gwv H) A 6 yQ&- 
yjEi xavxa A: slq x^Qxriv iniyQayjrj xavxa xa dvo^axa xwv (* f. 16^ ayyi- 
Xo)v P I iai' led)' (taac L) viol Ha^. A: laeo)' IsiXio- {'laeXco Fl) IweXh' 
GafiawS'' iS-bd-' pah P, cf. supra § 15, 1. i, textum cod. ms, P | (poQSt . . . 
avrov H: — L, nXl^aq <poQSGri xip xgax^X(pi ^ xal rctg (scil. ;^c£prae?) ngbq 
TO ovg ^d'Tj (1. xid-f) P 7 dvaxo}^o}: + xal x^v fii^riv Xvo) P 

§ 17. (84) 8 ^Popod-^X A: ^oS-^X P 9 VEVQ. x^^' ^S^' vfV(>£yj' xoXda- 
ariq H, vfv^. xo:Aa<Tae L, vsvQ0XccXdGi]q P, v£V()0/()/Aa<yfie (sic) Fl errore | 
iav . . . l4.dQ}vac H : iav dx. a6. 6. . L, iciv ^(panxofxevoq dx. xov fisyaXov 
cLdova^X xb Hvof^a 'eyxXtiaav po^^o^X P 10 § 18. (85) ^V*? ^= ^^^ ^' 

— H I iyw Aeqq>^X . . . dvaxo>Q<^ (!• 13) et ^yw Sov^sXxi . . . d,vax<0Q& 
(1. 13— p. 55*, i) tr. P I ;.f^o^;i L, ^oxX^id P, 'PojyA^tJ Fl | * H f . 23' [ 
"ipvxoq LP: yjvxQog H 11 ;c. (jt. ttovov P: ;f. axofzaxov H, ;:. axofiaxov L , 
indyo) A: (?7ro£ai P | ^av A: d>e fibvov P | 'Ic^S, ^^ ^^w^a. ego: ta? l^^ ^/^' 
fxev^iq H, ^«? fx^i ifxfipsivriq L, ^a^ ^m^ ififXEivfjc P 12 ^m^) ^fp. Sn xdX- 

Xtov .., iv 6ixa nat. P, — A 13 § 19. (86) ^^ot 6 li n 14 ^ov^fW L: 
aovpEXxfi ^' xovfxeXx^X P, Kovfieax^X Fl 1 9)pf;c. ;f. vap;tf. ^mTi. P: — L, 
T^v (v)ovv xal odQxaq ifznoiw H | iav A: (hq F \ (xovov — L 



I XVIII, 19—22 Ttt Acj' GTOtxeta 55* 

\ exroe 'X.di dsxarog sg)rj' ^iyco Ear gag xaXovfiai. kjcKpega) rolq 

^ avd-'Q^Jioiq jtvQSTOvg avtarovq. * 6 d^iXmv vyir^g yeviod'ai XQt- 

ipatG) xoXlavdgov xal ijEixQisrco ra xsiXi] Xiymv' >6Qxl^a) oa xaxa 

5 tov dap, avax(^Qf](iov djto rov JtXddfzarog rov ^aov,< xal svO^vg 

r avax<x)Q^'^ 

21. '0 s^dofiog xal dsxarog e^rj' ^eyco hgoota xaXovfcai. exl 
rov Ctofidxov rov dv&gwjtov xad^a^ofiai, xal JtoiS dcjtaCjiovg av 
^aXavalq)' xal av 06S avglcxco rov m^d-gcojiov xal JcrwfiarlC^o}, 

10 og 6' ap aini^i aig rov de^cop corlov rov Jtdoxoptog ax rgirov ' 
dov6a C,iC,a^ov.< I6a, Jtoiai fis apaxoDgatP.^ 22. * oydoog xal 

[dixatog eg)r]' »ayca Moda^rjX xaXovftai. yvpatxa dno- avdgog /co- 



MSS HLP = Recc. AB. 1 'i>t?oj?JX H: QilmhX L, t,<oQQ}iil P | ^iyxlei- 
aov Sovp. ego cum dubio: — A, eyxXTjaov xovfxevxa^}k P, de Kovfjtevxa^l 
annolavit Fl: »diversa genera scripturae in una enuntiatione.« ] avaxatQib 
%xi tbv vovv xal aaQxaq l(xni& L | § 20. (87) 2 ^ym — H | Katga^ 
H: laT^a^ L, «T^or| P | iTCi^sQO) A: iyw xaxaaxQeqiO) P ] xo^^ iivid-QOi}- 
'i %)ovq L 3 &VLax.: + nal ^ka^sQOvq P | * L f . iS^i ] ^ . . . yevea^ai A: 
lav Q'sXrjg fie iyxXTJaai P ! zQiip. xok.: xq. xoXvaxQOv H, tq, xoXlavrgov L, 
xoX. siotpag P 4 xal — P | iitixQ- x. x^^-^- L: inixQis xa X^^^V c^^f^ov H, 
hcLXQis riav x^f-Xiifov) P | Xiyatv: + ovxog H, -\- x^v iuMd^v ravxrjv P | 
6^x1^0) . . . &eov H ( — and . . . ^sov) L: to uvqeS-qov xb and Qvnagl(ag), 
dgxl^o) as xaxk xov B'SOv xov vyjlaxov xov ^qovov, oLvaxdipPc cLnd QvnaQL{ag), 
xal eLvaxo>QBi and xov nXda/iaxog xov d-sov P 5 xal — H 6 dvax(i>Qco 1 
+ &nd x6 nXdafxa r. S-eov L 

§21. (88) 7 ^IsQond ego: iegmnd L, xeQonax \e\. -^aQonari ^, le^on:a^}XF 
I inl: pr. iav L 8 xov — H | t. dvd-Q, A: xatv dv{S-g(hn)a}v P | noiot 
aanaofiovg H (i. q. anaofiovg, cf. Dieterich, Unters. p. 33, danaa^iivog): notm- 
oag anaOfiovg L, noi<b danaQfxovg (sub q lineam posuit man. prim.?) P | 
a(Sn. h pa)., x. iv dda>' scr. mss. omnes, sed iv odw cum svqIoxo} legendum 
est 9 evQlaxo) H: ^gm L, xal onov 6' av svgES-aJ xal s^qcd P | xdv^ 
~~ L I nxoifiax. P: nagaaxofiaxi^o) H, dnooxof/ccxl^o) L 10 dg tJ' av P: 
u)g (J* av H, xal iav L | etnrj H, ei'noi P, slnsZ xtq L | eiq . . . xgixov L-. 
slg . . . wxiov (* f. 23^ xov dv{^gatn)ov ix xqIxov H, xoXg ndaxovoiv Eig xov 
ovg avx&v, xa dvo^axa xavxa ix xqlxov dg xo de^tov P 11 lovda > . . fxe 
ego: 'CovSat^CC^apovldEnoi el fxe H, lovda^si^apovtdh' noiovfiai L, covdagt^^jj 
^apowfj' dovvij P, Fl false legit | dvax(ogsLV A: evd^g dvax(og(b P | 
§ 22. (89) * P f. 17^^ 12 e<p7j 6 tij n \ Mod. xaX. H: fzodtfjX xal, L, xak. 
povXSovfx^X P I yvvatxa L: yvvatxag HP | dvdgdg P: dvSga L, xovg eav- 
x6v. avdgaq H | x^coglt^o) P : xto^o^^WjHai L, /op/?«>v H, -j- xal (pB-ovov int- 
xeXG) P I ygd\pri P 



56* Tcc At;' atoixeta XVIIl, 22— 27 

pigco. edv Tiq yQatpst rcov oxxo) jtaxegov ra dvofiara xal d^^Csi 
avta 6V JtQod^VQoig, avd-vg dpax€OQco,<i^ 23. 6 swaxog xai 6exarog 
s<pr}' ■»ky<h xalovfiai MagdEQco, sjiKpigo) Jivgexovg dviatovq] xal iv 
otcp 61 olxcp^yQa\p£tg xo ovofid [lov, svd^vg dvax(OQw.^ 24, o eixo- 
5 oxoq etprj' ^eyat xaXovfiai ^Pug Nad^wd-co. sig yovaxa xaM^oyiai 
xmv dv&Q(6jta)v, adv xtg ygdipst slgxdQxrjV. >*Ppovvr]^i^?.< svO-vg 
avaxcoQco.* 25. JtQcoxog xal slxooxog a(p7]' y^syo) Pv^ ^A/iad' 
xaXovfiai, dvajtvocav xotg vrjjtlocg sfiJtoim, adv xtg ygdipsi' >PaQi- 
6sQiCy< xai * ^a<jxdC,eif evdvg dvaxo)Qm.€ 
10 26. dsvxEQog xal eixocxog l(p7]' »£ycb xaXovfiat''Pv§ Avdd- 

fiecid^. xagdioTcovop sjtiJtefiJtco, adv xtg ygdrpai' >Patovc6&,< av- 
d'vg avaxcog^A 27. o rgixog xal alxocxog ag)?]- ^ayco ^Pv§ Mav- 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. 1 dxx<h\ Tj vel fortasse c, H, s^ri L, Gibv P | 
ovofjtaxa: + aoXo/xcbv iv X&qx^ P | d-r^asL LP: S-fiffft H 2 avza — H | 
ev ngoS: P : i/xn^oGQ-i^atg H, i^nQoa^Qaiq L, + xov oi'xov avtov P 

MS P e=^ Rec, B. pro svOvQ dvax(oQ<o praebet textum hunc; epcsTS-ev dvct- 
X<tiQ(b, ^ de iKiyQa<f>ii ianv amrj' xsksvsi aoi 6 d-sog d^Qaafx, xal 6 d-{ed)^ 
laadxj ical 6 d-sdg laxm^, dvax<i>QVO0v dnd tov oYtcov zovtov fi^i stQ'^vi^gy 
EvQ-vg (Jva/wpdi 

MSS HPL = Recc. AB. § 23. (90) 3 c^jt? d /^ H | MaQd^QO) . . . (xov 
(1. 4) et Nad^dd'O) . . . ^vovvtj^l^X (11. 5 — 6) tr. P | iyw icaXov^ai Ma^de^o) P: 
iyw ^v| xakovfxat f/adovo)^ H, dya) f/avdQapovQOvv xccXovfjat 6ov L | ini(p. 
nvQ, dviav. H: nvQ, dv. entq). L, nv^szov enmsfXTia) dvlazov xoXg dv[%'Q(h- 
n)oig P I xai . . . fjiov H: ivLo)' ol'xo) yQatpsr z6 dv. fx.ov L, idv rt? (* Mg 
^345) y^dxpjj Eig xd^zi^v ^t^klov acprjv^Q^ Qa<pa)iX, dvax(t*QT]/z^p [dvaxcoQTj/xev 
Fl), avgov SovQov, xal xw zqccx^Xoj ne^tdipis ^ ^ avS'vg P: evd'iwg L, 

— H I § 24. (91) 5 E(pr] — H I eyo) Qt^lva d-d' d-co xaXovfiai, L | 

'Py^ Nad-wS-o) H: vawS- P [ xal eig zd yovaza P | X(bv drd-^. P: rcwv dv 
{d-Q(b7i)a) L, rov dv{S'Q(bn)ov H G iniyi)d\pri P | slg xd^xrjv H-. eig x^9' 

zlov L, iv xd^t^ P I ^vovvTjp. H: (pvovvi<pa^X L, (pvovvo^o-qoX, ^e^eX^e 
vad-ad-^ xal ZQaxdXiv [x^ arprig P 7 § 25. (92) cV/j?/ d xa 'H \ ^Pv^ ^AXd^ 

. . . fiaazat^st (1. 9) et 'Pv^ Avdafietod- . . . ^aiovwS- (11. 10— 11) tr. H | "Pv^ 
liiXdS- ego: ^^^ 6 dXdd- H, p2| 6Xd& L, dXdd' P 8 dvanvotav P: dlanna H, 
dvCGTiVia L, pr. prjx^ ^ccl P | vfjnioig L: naiolv P, — H | y^dtpei . . . ^a- 
ardtiSi {-\- avz<b) H: y^axp. xal ^aox.' ^a^tde^lg L, iniyQaxpy eig xa()Ti/v 
QOQ^^ Slw^ov ov dXdd-, xal zw zQaxiiXm nsQidipy P 9 * H f. 24^ 

MSS HL =i Rec. A. 10 § 26. rfeyr. . . . dvaxot^o) — P, errore Mg 6 
xp' pro 6 xy* posito b xy* (§ 27) omitteri videtur | sectiones 26 et 25 tr. H, 
cf. supra I 'Pvf Aldafi. H: ^tf avfiadeoiB- (ante xaXovfxai) L 11 ;fff()- 

<J/07t. . . . dvaxoiQOf H: ^«v r/^ ygdipei ^dit.wd' xaXovf^at idv ztjg y^dyjet 
pai^wO- xal paoid^si dvaxat^ti* ozi xaQ6i6novog inif/niaei xal nsfino) L 

MSS HLP = Recc. AB. § 27. (93) 12 e(pt] 6 xy K \ "Pb^ Mavd^.: ^l^ 
fxav&adu) L, ^v^ avS-ddtjg H, vE(pd-a6d P 



XVIII, 27— 33 xa Xc,' axoix^Xa 57* 

^aJ(5 xaXovfiai. V£g)Qovg akyelv :;toico, mv rtq yQaipei' >IacoO-j 
QvQirjXi^ Gvd'vg avaxwgm.t 28. o rsraQvog xal slxoOrog ecp?]' 
nym ^Pv^ ^Axrovfie xaXovfiai. Jtlevgag aXyslv Jtotco, iav xtg 
ygatpEt sv v2^ aJto jckolov aOroxriCavtog' >aeQlov MagfiaQacad-j^ 

t, sv&vg dvaxcoQi^*^ * 29. ** o jtifiJtrog xal slxoorog Bg)i]' »eyco 
'Pu^ ^Avaxokd- xaXovjiai. ^sOsig xal :itvQc66aig elg dJcZayx^^ ava- 
CtiXXo). sav axovCco' ^agaga agag'fi< svO^g apaxoygS.^ 30. o 
hrog xal slxoorog £g)rj' ^eyw ^Pt5g 'Evavd-a xaXovfiai, q)givag 
htoxXsJcrw xal xagdlag aXXotm, hav xig ygdy)et' >KaXa^a^X,< 

^ svdig dpaxc()g<^^^ 31. o efidofiog xal slxoorog eq)7]' ^syo) Pv^ 

i ^A^rjO^vd' xaXovfiat. vjtsxrixovg jroico avO-gdjtovg xal alfioggoovg, 
lav rig ogxlost /is slg olvov * axgarov xal ddosi ra> Jtdoxovtc, 
ev&vg avaxo!)gco,« 

32. V oydoog xal slxoOrog sq)?]' »Eyd> ^Pv^lijid^ xaXovfiac. 

\ ayQVJtvlag sJtiJtsfi:n:a). sav rig yga^st >x6x' g)p?]6iOfi6g,< xal jtsgid- 
fei rotg xgoraq)Oig, svd"vg dvaxcogS,<^ 33. 6 svvarog xal slxo" 
orog sq)r}' ^sya> Pv^ 'Avoortjg xaXovfiai, firjrgofiavlag snt7cifiX(X) 
xal Jtovovg sv r^ xvOtsi Jt:oico, sav rtg slg skaiov xad-agov rgsig 



MSS HLP =1 Recc. AB. 1 noici): + Hal avQayyiGfiovg ovQ(t)v invceXii} P 
I !/act>^, OvQiTjX H: cad)S^ oQi^X L, slg Xafivbv (in marg. dextr. nhaX <) 
xaaaixiiQivoVj lad^ibd; oi}QOv^X, v6<pS^a6a xal TtSQidip^ toj layjio P 2 § 28. (94) 
IV^ 6 x6 Yi 3 ^yo) — L I Q^^ axzovfXB H, ^^t| xxov^e L^ axxov (xkv P, 
H- Siio^ov transversa linea deletum P | nXsvQag xal "ipoaq P | i/xnotio H 
4: y^dxpei: ylvipTj P | vX^ P: oHo H, i^Xlo) L, + x^^^^^ ^ 1 ^^^ • • ^^" 
Svq ~ h I KTtd TiX. daxox* P: dnonXov. ov daxoXLaavxoq H | olsqIov 
MaQfi. H: dgviov fiaQfza^aa)8; aa^awQ-j axtov fxsv dlco^ovj xal neQidxpfj toj 
lcxl(p P 5 * Mc explicit in media col. cod. ms. L (f. 18^2) 

MSS HP = Recc. AB. § 29. (95) 5 * * P f . 17^ 6 ^Pb^ H: — P j 

^iastq X. TtvQBGsiq H, xavasig x, nvQajasiq P | slq xa onX. anoaxeXXu) P 
7 aQuga x«^a(>a P 1 § 30. (96) 8 'Pv^ d 'Ev.: ivevov& P 9 ^XXoiio 

xal voSov (1. vwddv) Tcotw P | KaXa^ai^XJi: aXXa^O(oX^ dlco^ov ivevovO-, xal 
TteQidtp^ rdv x^Q'^nv P 1^ § S^- (97) '^^^ 'A^^a^vS- H: ^/)^ P 11 al- 

fiOQoovq H, aifxoQaalaq {aifiOQQaylaq conj. Bn) noio} P 1^ xiq ygdrpec 

^ H I * H f. 24^ I olv. Evmdn RxQaxov P | rfotaft H: xaxa zov kvSexd- 
tov i&v (1. alcbvoq Crtr) Xiymv oQx'ifyi oe xaxh xov kvdexdxov iiov Tcavaat 
d^taxpO-id; xal 6dq noietv (1. TCistv Crtr) P 

§ 32. (98) 14 'Pt'l kTtal H: ctV^ralP lb dygvnvoTiviaqP \ ygdip^'P 
I xdx ,., nsQidxp^ P, — H 16 § 33- (99) 17 W| — P I "Avoax^g P: 
dax^^H I imnsfiTtQ): -\- idv xiq ygatpy xbx' (pvrjSiCfxdq* xal ncQidip^ trans- 
versa linea deleta P 18 xvaxei- xi^xt] H | elq: ygdtpei H 



58* ta X<;' axoix^Xa XVIII, 33—40 

xoxxovq 6dg)vrjg Xedvag ejcaXsiipsi liymv >6QxlC,a) Osxara rov 
MaQiiaQa(Dd-,< 8v&vg dvaxo^gS,^ 34. o rgiaxoOtog Eg)r]' se/co Pu| 
^votxoQed- xaXovfiai. fiaxQovoOiav jtoiS. adv xiq fiaksl aXaq siq 
eXaiov xal ejtaXel'ipsi ror dad-Evriv liymV >X£QOv^lfij csga^lfij 

5 fio7]d'6lrSj< Evd^vg dvaxcoQS,<i^ 35. JtQwrog xal rgtaxoordg efptj' 
sl/co 'Ptjg 'AXEVQrjd- xaXovfiai, oOria lxd"6og xaraxivcov^ sdv rig 
{rov) avxov ix^vog oariov eJti^rj^Ei Elg xa ^v^ia rov :7cd<Sxovxoqj 
Ev&vg * avaxcoQco.<s^ 36. dEvxEQog xal XQiaxo6xbg eg)7]' >Eym 
Pv^ Ix^vov xaXovf/ai. VEVQa nagaXvm, * aav 6e axovOco' >A6o}' 

10 pal, fiaXd"i],< Evd"vg avaxcoQm^^ 37. o XQixogxai XQtaxo6xbg £g)7]' 
^aycb xal Pv^ 'Axcoveco^ xaXovfiai. av r<p (pagvyyi xal xolg 
jtaQiod-filoig otovov jtotS. sdv xtg alg (pvXXa xiCCov ygd^Ei' >X6i- 
xovQyog< fioxQvdbv ^dvaxcoQlg,^ av&vg avaxcogS,^ 

38, *0 XExagrog xal xgiaxoCxog E(pri' ^sycb ^Pvg Avxa)d- xa- 

^5 Xovfiai, <pd-6vovg g)lXcov xal fidxctg Jtoico. xaxagyai fiE dh xb a' 
xal /9' ygag)6fCEvov.^ 39. jtafcjtxog xal rgiaxocxog i<pr}* ^aym 
xal 'Pt)| ^d-rivEthd- xaXov[iai' ^acxaivo) jtdvxa avd-gwjcov. 
xaxagyEl fiE dh 6 jtoXv^tad-iig 6g)d'aXfibg kyxccgaxxofcsvog, 40. 



MSS HP = Recc. AB. 1 leojvaq 8&<pvriQ H ] a^- avoax^^ P 2 MaQ- 
^agad)^ H; fia^f^ccQao), navaov P | § 34. (100) ^Pv^ ^vaix. . . . ^o^d-Hxe 
(1. 5) et "Ph^ "AXsvQld- . . . ndaxovToq (11. 6—7) tr. P ] W| ^vaix. H: fj 
<f>r]aixighS- P 3 paXsL {^aXetv ms.) . . . dad-Ev^v H: elg sXaiov ^aXatv akaq 
TQinxdv iitaXElipTi xbv x&fivovxa P 4 osgatplfi' x^QO^P^f^' porjS^aaxi fioiY 
5 § 35- (3O 6 ^yo> — H | 'Pv^ "AX. H: aXXe^oQlQ- P | sectiones 35 et 

34 tr. P, V, supra | xaxanivcov ego : xaxanLvEiv H 7 daxia . . . ndaxov- 

xoq: itkv xig vvxxo<payi^Gri (sub v linea brevi ducta supra eandem ri ponit ms.; 
in marg. lat. Ix^o scr. man. prim.) Soxiov xaxamrj, xal agag datiov d%b 
xov Ix&iog ^^oaet P 1 /9^?ta H 8 * H f. 25^ | § 36. (102) 9 'Pv^ 

— P I Ix^vog H I naQaXvo) P: naXLu) H, + xal avvxgi^o) P i * P f. 18^ 

I (Jfi — P I 'Adcovat, f^dxe^r) H: ddova?)^^ fioi^d-ei P 10 § 37- (^os) 

II xal — P I 'Pv^ 'Axo)v. H: dyxovlwv P | iv . , , noim: iv xoig onaQ- 
ydvoiQ xal iv zip <pdQvyyt xeXfiai^ \ tpoLQayyiK | naQL^fxloii; H 12 iav 
. . . dvaxoi^lg H: xal Mv xig slq <pvXXa avx^g ygdtp^' Xvxovgyog, h naQa %v 
ygafXfia {ivnagd' ivyQafi^d ms.), ygd-ipri Sh ^mxQvdbv (in marg. ^o <) P 
13 dvaxo>Q(b: 4- Xvxovgyoq vxovQyoq- xovQyoc,* ovgyog* ybg' 8e P 

§ 38. (104) 14 'Pu^ — P I AvzojO- H: avxoS-iS- P 15 fd-ov. noiat 

X. ixdyag P | xaxaq. fxe: xaxagyovfiai H | Sk . . . yga<p, H: ovv xb RX<pa 
xal xb d>niya ygatpofiEva P 16 § 39. (105) 17 x. 'Pv^ ^^;/v.: ^B-ijvod- ^ 
I Ttavzl dv[d-Q(bn)<p P 18 xax. f^e: xaxagyovf^ai H ] 6h . , . dtp&aXr. ovv 
d(p^aX^dg TtoXvna^ffg P | ivxcci^axxdfisvov H | § 40. (106) 



XVIII, 40— XIX, 2 7) 66^a xov SoXofx&vtoQ 59* 

hxoq xal TQcaxoarog eqit}' ^iyco xal ^Pv^ MiavW xaXovfiai. rS 

0(hiiati £Jtlg)d'0v6g elfir oixovg £Q7]fico' ddgxag dg^avl^o). sdv teg 
i ygd'^BL EV rotg jtQod'VQoig rov oixov ovrcag' * >fi£Xjtco dgdad 

avadd',< q)6vyco iyco rov rojtov,^ * 41. xal ravra dxovOag syco 
5 UoXoficop ido^aaa rov d-sov rov ovgapov xal Tfjg y^g xal sxe- 

X8v6a avTOvg v6a)Q g)£Qsiv. 42. xal fjv^dfcrjv JtQog rov d-eov rovg 

ixQidxovta e^ dalfiovag rovg efi^todi^ovrag t^ dvd'Qtoototritt JtgoG- 
iqiB^d^ai slg rov vaov rov d^sov, 
XIX. Kal 7Jfif]v syo) UoXoiimv rifzcafisvog vjco Jtdvrcov rmv 
10 avO'Q<Ajta)V rcov vjtoxdro) rov ovQavov, xal cpxodojiovv rov vaov 
rov d-eov, xal ri ^aCiXeia fiov rjv evd-vvovCa, 2. xaX riQXOvro 
3tdprsg ol ^aCtlElg jiQog fis d-EooQ^cai rov vaov rov d-eov ov 
<pxo66(iovp, xal %Qv6iop xal dgyvgiop exofit^op JtQog fce, ^aXxov 

MSS HP = Recc. AB. 1 ical 'Ph^ ego: x^P^S H, — P | Miavh^i ^ta- 
I vaxlQ- P 1 tov a(bfiaxoq P 2 innpd^, P: 4^d-6fisvov H | i^i^f^ovg H I 

r &^avit,(o: -\~ seal daa aXXa votavta P 3 rotg — P | ovrmg: avxov P | 
f * H f. 25V I firiXzib' glqSov' dvaad- P 4 ^yw — P | * Mg 1348 | ro- 
'' nov ixelvov P \ § 41. (107) 5 ;c. ixek.. isesX, de P 6 tpeQeiv H: xofil- 
' ^stv iv tip vaa> rov S-sov P 

MS P =! Rec. B pro § 42 textum interpolatum praebet hunc: § 42. teal 
ht 7i^oar,v^dfZ7]v UQoq scvqiov xbv d-sov wots tovq ^'^to daifzovag xal ifiTCoSi- 
i,ovTag T^v avd-^wTtoTTjra avfiTiodi^eaO-ai xal ?rpoae()X£<^at sk tdv vadv xov 
\ d'sov. § 43. iyo) 6e rovg f^sv xmv daifiovcov starsxQiva s^yd^saQ-ai zd ^a^sa 
s^ya trig obcoSof^rjg rov vaov tov deov' rovg dh g)QOV^alg (Fl, ex yjQovgovg 
corr. ms.) xatsxXsiaa: § 44. ste^ovg nvQoiiaxaXv ixiXsvaa XQvaicp xal dQyv: 
Ql(p xal (jLoXv^6(a xal <pidX(i) Tia^axad-s^EOd-ai, xal toXg XotnoZg Salfioai tQd- 
Tcovg fjtoifiaadac ^<p^ olg dtpeiXovat xataxXetad-fjvai. 

MS H = Rec. A in § 42 brevem textum praebet. 

C. XIX. MS P :=^ Rec. B pro c. XIX, II. 9— p. 60*, 4, textum interpolatum 
praebet hunc; (108) Kal slxov noXX^v ijavxlav iyo) ooXo^ibv {in raarg. inf. add. 
faai7,evg ms.) iv nda^ (f. 18^ t^ y^ xal iv ecQirjvy dif^yov noXXy, tifitb^svog 
VTcd Ttdvtwv 0Lv(d'Q(b7i)o}v xal xmv vnb twv ovQav&v, xal (pxodofiovv tov vaov 
dXov xvQLOv tov d-eov, xal ^ ^aaiXeia fj.ov ^v evdvvovaa xal 6 atQatog fxov 
P fxst ifiov, xal Xoinbv dvenavaato fi noXig i{sgovaa)X^/j. xcclQovaa xal kyaX- 
XtCDfiEV^. § 2. xal anavtsg ol paaiXEtg xvg yt^g ViQXOVto ngog ^e ditb t&v 
nsQdtwv tfjg yfjg S-EQ)^f]<fat tdv vadv dv toxoSofiovv x{vQL)(p to) d[e)ipj xal 
; ixovaavtsg t^v oocpiav t^v dodeZaav fioi n^oaexvvovv (xoi elg tdv vaov 
XQvalov xal d^yv^iov, xal Xtdovq tifilovg noXXovg SLa<p6Q0vq, xal xaXxbv xal 
aldfjQOV, xal fioXt^Sov, xal ^Xa xedQtva, xal ^vXa aorjuta nQoaifpe^Sv (xot 
slg t^v xataaxev^v tov vaov tov dsov. 
MS H. § I. 1. 10 ixo6d)fiOvv ms. 



6o* ysQO)V seal 6 vldg avxov XIX, 2— XX, 4 

re ^ai at6t]Qov xal [loXv^dov xal §vka JtQOOag)SQOV stq ttjv 
xaraCxEv^v rov vaov. 3. sv olg xal tj 2a^a ffaCiXiaoa Norov 
Yoi]g vjiaQxovCa JtolX^ r^ (pgovrjCet rjld^s xal JtQo^ExvvrjOEV hv6- 
JtlOP fiov. 
5 XX, Kal idov siq rcov rsxvtvSv yrjQaiog £QQty)£V avrov hvca- 

Jtiov (lov Xiycov i>^aotXBv UoXoiicov vlog Javaid, eXdrjaop fis to 
yegag,^ xal alxov avxm' ^Xiya^ ytQop, d^iXatg,^ 2, o 6e s^r/' 
>6aofial aov^ ^aCiXav, vlov e^o) fiovoyavrj^ xal ovrog xad-' hxa- 
Cxrjv * vfigaig hnayai [lot x«^e:7r«?, arvjiva fiov yag xo JtQoacojtov 

JO xal xTiv xa<paXriv, oxi d^avaxov nixQov ajtayyiXat fiot JtoiTJaai. 
Tovxov x^Q^^ JcgoCriXd-ov tva axdix^a^g (loi.^ 3. aycl) 6a xavza 
axovCag axaXavoa ayayalv ifiol xhv vlov avrov. xovxov 6a aX~ 
d-ovrog ELJtov * avxm' ^ovxa)g axaig;<i 4. 6 6e Bg)r}' ^acog axo- 
volag efiJtajcXf]6fiai, fiacfiXav, Scxa rov yavvrixoga fiov jiaXafi'^ 

^5 XLva^at, I'Xacog fiot yavov, a> fiaCiXav' ad-afiixov yag dxov6at xoc- 



MS P = Rec. B, § 3. iv olg Tcal ^aalXiaaa vozov yoijg vna^x^"^^^ ^'^ 
noXXy (p^ovrjoet fjXS-ev xal Tcgoasxvvriaev ivojniov fzov inl r?)v yj^v, xal ascov- 
aaaa r^v ao<plav (xov iSo^aae rov d-edv rov l{aQa)riX' iv olq xal idoxifxaas 
doxL/jtaalav ra xijg aocplaq iiov ndvta, ^Saa iao<piadfX7]v «^t^v xar^ r^v do- 
B-etGav fioi ao<plav: xal ndvxeq v\ol i(aQa)^X iSS^aoav xbv S-eov. 

Parallela ad c. XX v. infra in ms. D c. IV. 

C. XX. MSS HP = Recc. AB. (no) 5 l6ov iv xaXq f^fisQatg ixelvaiq P 1 
yriQaibq x^v rjXixiav P 6 vloq J. — P | fze: fiov conj. James | xo ysQ.'. 
6xL ytiQaibq vnagx^ ^ 1 x. alnov avx, ego: x. slnov a\)idv H, xeXavaaq 

ovv avrov dvaaxilvat xal (prialv P | Xiye: sItcs P | § 2. 8 £/a>v H | 

ovxmq P I xaO-^ ex. (scil. 7]fX6Qav) — P * P f . ig'^ | inaydyTj fiovH \ 
exvTCxs ego: ^xvtpov H, xal xvipaq P | fzov . . . nQoawn.'. ^e xaxa tiqoo. P 
10 xe^aXrjv fxov SisxiXXev P | Srt: xal P | mxgdv. Ttovtjgdv P | inay- 
yeXsxai P | noifjoat — P 11 xovxov H | TtQoa, . . . ^oi\ Tigoslrjfxoi (sic, 
TtQOolri^ai'^ Fl; 1. TtQoaeifXi) v/nlv, ixSlxrjoov fxs P | exdtxi^o^q conj. James: 
ixdixTJq alq 'B. \ § 3. (m) 6h\ + aoXofzwv P 12 dxovaaq xaxevvyTjv dno- 
fiXeyjaq stq x6 ixalvov yfJQaq, xal P | dyayelv ego: dyyayhv H, dx^^vat P 
I xovxov . . . sxat-q' xov 6h dxO-evxoq i7ieQ(bTovv avxov at ovxwq ^/fi P 
13 § 4. o 6s S(p7jv a, o 6h v£oq a<p7} P 

MS P => Rec. B pro eoiq . . . xaXatnOQiav (11. 13 — p. 61*, 1) textum inter- 
polatum praebet hunc: ovx omcoq dnovola iy(i> ifXTtenXriOfjievoq waxe xov ysv- 
v-^xOQd fxov 7i[avs)Qa naXd^^ xvipac. ^lXe<oq yevov (XOl paoiXsvq {q finali trans- 
versa linea deleta). ov yid^) dd-ifzixa xoiavxa xexoXfZijxa 6 xaXatTtOQOq iyd) 

MS H = Rec. A. 15 dd-ifiLXOv ego: dS-^q fioi xdv H 



XX, 4— 10 ^ nQdyvmoiQ xov ^O^vlov 6l* 

avxriv Jtaga^oXr^v xal taZaiJioQiav,^ 5. eyco ovv 2JoXo(imv zov 
veov dxovdag jcaQsxaXovv top XQe(SfivT7]v alg evvotav eXdeiv. 6 
Se ovx ^d-^Xsv aXX eIjib' ^d'avarcoadro) avrov. 

6. Kal d-scogSv xov daifiova OQviav yeXaaavTa iym id'Vfico- 

5 d"rji' Xictv 8V x^ yeXaOai avrov evcijtiov fiov, xal rovrov [iSTaOrrj- 

Gaq, ExiXavaa top ^Ogviap eXd^Blv xal djtov avrtp' ^xazTjQafiips, ifih 

jtQocfEyi2.a0ag;^ 7. 6e sg)?}' ^diofiai aov, ^aOcXsv' ov 6id os 

\ lyilaca, dXlh 6ia xov 6v6t7jvov y^Qovxa xal xov ad^Xtov veov, 

* Tov rovtov vtov 6x1 (iexa XQetg ^/leQag xsd-vi^^exatj xal l6ov 

100 ysQcov ^ovXexat avxov xaxwg aveXstv,^ 8. xal syat elnov' ^fj 

\ aXfid-Sg * ovxmg sxsc;^ dalfiwv sl:n:6' ^>vai, ^aOLXsv,< 9. xal 

[ hciXEvCa fiExadx^vai xov dalfiova xal aXd-elv xov yigovxa xal 

xov xovxov vlov, xal kxiXEvCa avxovg slg g)iXiav yeviod^ai, 

10. * xai eIjiov xw jigsc^vx^' *fied-^ ^fiEQag xgetg ayaya fiot xov 

15 vlov Oov code A ol 6e jtQoOxvv^Cavxeg avEicogriCav, 

MSS HP = Recc. AB. 1 § 5. ovv. 6b V \ t. vsov ax:, xavr* ax, Ttaga 
( T, viov P 2 Tt^so^vxeQOv P | ^evvoiav HP: svvoiav conj. James | iXd^sZv 
xal 6sxsaB-ai xov vlov r^v ditoXoylav P 3 aXX' . . . avt.: aXXa fxctXXov 

d-avaro)&^TW P 

MS P = Rec. B pro § 6 textum praebet liuiic : iv 6s X(p fi^ nelQ'SGB'ai xov 
: TtQSO^vxBQOV sfjCSkXov X(p ve(j) xifico^iaQ a7to<p^vaad-ar xal ^B(j>QiiOaq dgvlav 
xov 6alfA0va yEl&vxa' iSvfiwS'Tjv fisydkwq dia xo yeXdaai xov 6alfiova ivat- 
nibv fj.ov' xal xovxovg fXExaaxfjaai ixeXsvaa o^viav slg fisaov dx^vai xov 
§^(jLaxoq. xov 6b dx^^vxoq{M.g 1349) ^B<priv avtaj' inixaxd^aXE, xl fiB n^oaxiav 
iyeXaaag; 

MS H = Rec. A. § 6. 4 d'eopo) H | ysXdaaavxa H 5 avxip ego: 

ccvzdv H I xaxi^gafievE vel xaxEiQptivB ego: xaxBQBLfxsvs H 

MSS HP = Recc. AB. 6 § 7. 6e: daificov P 8 xovxov xbv 6vax. P 

9 * H f. 27^ I T. xovx. vlov: vlov avxojv H | fiBxd . . . xed-v.: XQBiq fjfxs^ag 
xal iv d(j)Qla xExBXsvxi^aBi 6 vidg avxov P 10 s^axoig dvaiQEtv avxov P 

MS P = Rec. B in § 8 textum praebet hunc: (112) iycj 6h ao?^Of/,ibv 
axovaag xavxa' B(prjv Ttgdg 6atfi6viov' dXri^ bIoiv (* f. 19^) a Aeyftg; d 6e 
Uyer d?^i]0-7j xavxa, ^aaiXBv 

MS H =5 Rec. A in § 8 textum breviorem praebet. 

MSS HP = Recc. AB. 11 § 9. xal dxovaag iyu) V 12 iXQ-Btv ndXcv 
toy yriQaibv (ZBxa xal xov vlov avxov P 13 xat — P | slg (piX. yev.; <piXla 
XQuni^vaiy xal xd slg x^0(p9jv avxoZg naQaaxo^BVog P 

MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 14 * § 10. "* post omissionem maximam bic rur- 
sus incipit ms. Q (cc. HI — XX 9 omissis, v. supra p. 16*) ] x, Bbtov H: Blnov 
ovv B I tbtff T. vlov aov B, + xal 6iaxd^a) avxov Q, + xal iTCivoovfiai 
aircov P 15 ot 6e tcqooxvv. B: xal TtQooaexvvi]aav H 



62* ^ nQoyvwaiq zov ^Oqvlov XX, ii— r6 

II. Kal exsXsv^a jtaXtv ayayElv rbv Ogviav Jtgog fiB xal el" 
jtov avrS' '^Xeye fioi jtod'Bv xovro <5v oldag on fCETa rgstg ^fii- 
gag Tsd-vi^^srai o V£og.<s^ 12. 6b Bq>i]' ^'^fietg 01 dalfiovsg dveg- 
XOfiBd-a BJtl rov oregedfiarog rov ovgavov xal fiB6ov tcov aOrgoav 

5 tjtrafiEd-a xal axovojiBV rag axoq)a6Big * * rag B^Bgxofievag djtb 
rov d'Bov Bjrl rag tpv^ag tdav av&ga>Jt(X)V. 13. ^xal XotJtov hg^b- 
fiBd-a xal bItb bv dwaOTBia, bItb bv Jtvgl, bLxb hv gofig)ala, bits 
BV <tvfiJtT(6fiaTi iiBxaOxri^att^o^BVoi dvaigovfiBVA^ 14. xal EJtrj- 
gmTi]Ga avrov' ^keyB fioi ovv Jtwg vftslg dvvaad-B Big rbv ovga- 

10 vbv dva^aivBtv dalfiovBg oprBg.<i^ 15. 6b Bq)j] fiot' ^ooa bp 
ovgavS sjzirBZovvraj ovrcog xal BJtl r^jg yijg, at yag dg^cxl xal 
B^ovoiac * xal 6vvafiBLg avco tjtravrat xal t^^ bIo66ov tov ov- 
gavov a^tovvrai. 16, ?]fiBZg 6b oc 6alfiovBg dTovov/iev /ir] sxovrBg 

MSS HPQ ^ Recc. AB. (113) 1 Kal Q: — H, rovt(ov 6h dTtskS-ovtcDv P 

1 is<eX. ... (Ue H: ndXiv SxsL iXS^sTv tiqoq fxe tbv Saifiovav ^O^viav Q, ixek. 
siq fiBOov ax^fjvai tov dQvlav P | slnov^avx. HP: Xiym ngbq avzdv Q 

2 zovto . . . vsoq H: ov za fzsXXovxa yiVihaxsiQ Q, av xavxa oUaq P 3 § 12. 
y<p7j H: elnev P, Xiyei fioi Q | «vep;^OiMfvoi H 4 inl x. cxbq* H; xaxd. 
xb GX8QB0){xa B I doxsQwv B 5 iTCxafi, B: aTtxwfiied-a H ] * H f. 27^ | 
** Q f. 12^ I ttTib T. ^. H: naQci d-eov Q, — P, + n^bq xovq ctyyekovq Q 

MS H = Rec. A pro § 13 textum praebet hunc: xal iQXO^eO-a fxsxa dv 
vaoxelaq' elxe QO(x(pala eIxe iv tivqI' xal avcQOVfiev avtovq fXExaaxrifx, 

MSS PQ = Rec. B. 6 § 13. iQxoiied-a elq x^jv y^jv Q | post dvaiQOv- 
fxev add. PQ glossam hanc; xal idv xcq dxcod-dv^ iv dw^lcc jj ^ii^ xivl {xal . . , 
xivh xal iav fi^ iv dcDQia xlq^ ^ ^ia xivl dnoS-, P), fiEzafioQ(povfZ£d'a fifieiq 
oi dalf^ovsq (+ eIq xb ovofia xov XEd^Eoxoq, Q) Saxe 7iaQa(paivEa^aL {(patv, P) 
xoXq dv^Qa)7ioiq xal ai^ead-at r/fxaq (+ iitl xfjq — ex xoiq corx. — dvd-Qo)- 
TtlvTjq (fvaecoq P) 

MSS HPQ => Recc. AB. 8 § 14. i£. in. avxov H: (114) iyo) 6e [iyo) 
yovv P) xavxa dxovoaq idd^aaa xvqlov xbv d-sbv xal iit. ndXiv rbv dalfiova B 
9 ovv et vfxetq — B 10 dvap/^vaiB \ ovxsq: -\~ xal fisaov xwv dax§^a>v 
xal xSiV ayltav dyyiXoiv fxiy^vai B | § 15. fioi B 

MSS PQ = Rec. B pro ovxcaq . . . dvanavOEwq (p. 63*, 1. 1) praebent haec: 
ov%Q)q xal inl xf^q yrjq [pi inl yJ^qQ) ol xvnoi avx&v eIoIv yd^ dgx^l'^ i^ov 
oiaij xoGiioxQoxOQBq (* P f. 20^). xal Inxd^sd^a ^{xeXq ol Salfiovsq iv xS> digi 
xal dxovofJLEV TCOV iitov^avicov xdq (pcovdq xal (+ ndaaq P) xdq (-h inovQa' 
v'laq Q) dvvdfXELq d-eco^ov/jtev {imS-scoQ.'P)' xal wq fx^ ^sxovxeq pdaiv dvaitav- 

G£Q}q dx()VOVfl£V 

MS H = Rec. A. 12 "nxavxai ego: ^xxavxe H 13 § 16. dxovovfiev 
(cf. Rec. B supra): ahxbv ovv f^hv H, forte 1. dxovOfiEV, ^^ 6s ^Exovrsq 

§ 15. Eph. I 21; II 2 



XX, i6 — 21 7j Ti^oyvoxTig xov ^Ogvlov 63^ 

^aCiv ^dva^adecog i]'^ avccjravdswc , xal exjtljtrofzep Scjieq q>vXXa 
ajto tmv divdgwv xal 6oxov0iv ol d-soQovvreg avd-QWJtoc ore 
aCTEQsg siolv ol jiijctovrEq ajzo tov ovQavov, ly. ovx ovvcog 
kzij * ^aCiXsVj dkXa JtljurofiEV dia rf^v dcd^Evetav ^fiSv xal Iv 

5 r^ (irj6a(i6&ev e^eiv avrl/tTj^piv xataxl:^rofiEv cog dargajtal eju 
trjp y^v, xal jtoXEcg xarag^ZEyofiEV xal dygovq ifiJtvQl^ofiEP, ol 
6h dcxEQEg TOV ovgavov tE&sfishmfiEvoc eIcIv ev xq) ctEQEcofiari.^ 
18. xal xavra dxovoaq e/<b EoXonwv kxiXEvoa tov daifiova xrj- 

I p£f(J^a« %a)q i^fiEQSv jievte. 

19. Mera 6h rag jievte rjfiEQag [lEraxaXEOafiEVog xov ysgovxa 
ovx tJ&s^.ev kXd-Eiv, eha EXd-cop, Etda avxov xsd^Xtfifisvov xal 

1 Mvd-ovpxa. 20. xal eIjiov avxat' ^Jtov ecrcp 6 vlog oov, yigop;^ 

' 6e E^f]' ^ajtaig EyEPOfirjp, (h ^aCiXsVy xal dpEkJtcGxog xa(p(p 
i xilov 3taQa<pvXdxxa).^ 21. l/co 6e JSoXcjiSp dxovcfag xavxa xal 
5 71^0% 6x1 dXrjd^?] eIoc xa Jtaga xov dalfiopog * XaXr^^EPxa (zoi 
I sdo^aOa xop d-EOP xov ovgapov xal xrjg yrjg. * 



MSS HPQ =^ Recc. AB. 2 doxovaiv . . . nlTttovrsg H . d-scagovvrsq r^f^ag 
ol hfO-QOi-Jtot 6oxovatv 8rt {+ ol P) aaxsQEg Tt'ntxovaiv B 3 § 17. ov/ 

ovtmg iarl: ovx ^^o>e e^^^"^ ^^ ?>"• ^^^' ^ 4 * H f. 28^ | c5 ^aa. P | 
aU' ^fiEig iaf^sv. xal ninxofjisv inl r^v yfjv 6ia. Q 5 pLri6afj.6&sv B: fi^ 

6vvdfied-a H | l/fiv HPIs: exfJf^Ev Q | avriXrjip.: avciXeysLV Q | nlTiTO)- 
fxev H I inl r. yj^v H: iv awQia (tcoXX^ ex jtoXXf^g corr. add. P) xal i^d- 
TtLva [ai(pV7iSiQ}g Q) B 1 6s HQ: yaQ P | xov 'ovgavov — B | xsS-s/zsX. 
HPIs: xe S-^fxsXoi Zfioiov P | axEQBOfi. H: oi)Qavq> Sansg d ^Xiog xal ^ 
aeX-^vij B 8 § 18. (115) xdv . . . TtdvxE: <pQovgEC<jQ-ai r. 6ai(x. ^dxQt i^fxeg&v 
e' B 9 ^iiBQatg H 

§ 19. 10 iisxa Sh^fi.l' H I insxaXeadfifiv Q | yigovxa H: yriQaibv B, 
+ ^dfiTCgoad-ev fiov Q, 4- VifieXXov igcoxdv P 11 ovx fjS-sX. . . . nsvS-, H: 

ikd-(jDV dh 6 ysgav Ttgog fxe xaxcc Ttevd'Og xal fxsXavw xip nQoad)no) P, xal 
sXd-oiv TtQog fie d avd^Qo^Ttog xaxa ndvd-og xal fj,eueXa(<f)fihcp xat Ttgoadtna) 
ahov Q 12 § 20. xal — P | slitov P: elna H, Xsyo) Q | avx^ P: av- 
x6v H, ngog avvdv Q, + elnh ngso^vxa B | ysQov H: — B, + xal %i x6 
ffZ^iWa (4- xovxo P, + xov ngoCwTtov aov Q) B 13 e<pri H: ^£(priv Q, 

+ Uov P, + idov, scvQLE, Q 1 dnaig\ Unag H | w ^aa. ~- B 1 dvsXntaxa B 
14 naQa(pvX. egol: 'itaQaq)vX6itxBLV H, naQaxad-BC^ofiai Q, 7r«^a;«a^e^of<£Vog P, 
+ ^^n y^Q ^piegag {ijfiEQai P) 6vo vexQov yeyovoxog B | § 21. 15 dXrj- 
d-eq H I elat ... ^wot: ftatv H '6(prj fiot 6 6aifio)v 'Ogvlag, xal Q, (xoi ^tprjaev 
d SaifKov 6gvl{ag) P 1 * H f. 28^ \Q xov . . . yfjg: 'laga^X Q, xov 

t(OQa)^XV \ * Q f. is^ 

C. XX 17, 1 5 Lc. X 18 notat James. 



64* ^ ^aalXtaaa Notov XXI, 1—4 

XXI. Eal JSa^a 1^ ffaolXicSOa Notov ed-avfiaCa xal dds rov 
vaov ov cpxodofeovv xal e^coxs fivglovg * * olykovg x^^^^ovg. 
2, xal slo^kd'av slq xov vaov xal aide to d-vaiaCri^Qiop xal ta 
X^QOv^lfi xal ra asga^lfi xaraoxia^ovta xo llaar^gtov xal rovg 

5 Siaxoalovg Xid-ovg xmv Xvxvmv e§a6xQajtxovxag ex dia^oqcov 
XQ(x>iiax(X)v, 7jvxvot xal OfiaQaydwv xal vaxivd-ov xwv Xl^mv xal 
Oafiq)siQov. 3. xal side xa Cxsvrj xa dgyvga xal "xaXxa xal ;^^v(Ja 
xal xag paotig xSv xtovov vjto x<^^^ov a2.vOi6a)xov Jts^Xsyfisvag. 
side xal ttjv d-aXadOav x^v x^^'^W ^^X^'^^^^ lm6xa%'0V xal xovg 

10 TQidxovxa eg xavQovg. 4. xal rjcav sv * xw legm xov &bov eg- 

yaC,6(isvoi jtdvxeg * fiia&ov xaXavxov xQ'^<iov 

evog x^(*^e ^^^ 6aifi6va>v. 



Parallela ad c. XXI v. infra ms. D c. V. 

C. XXI. (116) MSS HPQ =. Recc. AB, 1 Sa^a . . . i&avfx. xal H: 
iSovoa 7j paa. vorov xavxa ndvta i^avfx. So^dt^ovaa zbv d-eov t{aQa)^X xal P, 
— Q, supplevit ^ ^aa. Notov Is 2 vadv: + xvqIov Pj oixov xvqLov Q | 

Sv t^xod* H: olxodofxovfiEvov B j * Mg 1352 | x. ^sScoxe [6i6a)xsv ms.) . . . 
XccXx. H: X. ^s6(oxev (* * f. 20^ olxXov XQvalov xal agyvQiov fzvgiddag exa- 
xbvt xal ;c«Axot; ixXexxov P, ixaQlaaxo sv xo) vaoj xvqLov x^^^^ov xal d^- 
yvgiov xal x^xXxov ixXexxov XlxQaQ fivgiddaq q Q 3 § 2. fide — P | ;f. 

xa, x^9' ' ' • tAaffr. : xovg dva<p6Q0vq xovg x^^^^^^Q ^''^ ■ ^voiaaxi}Qiov B 
4 xaxaaH7}al^ovxa H 5 Siaxoaiovg H: dva^oQOvg Q, — P | ^vyji^vtyv H 

6 XQri^dxviv Q I Xvxvoi . . . aa^tpeiQOv. xal Xvxvt} {Xvxvlov P) xov (1. 
Xvxvlxov) XiQ'Ov xal o^agdydov xal vaxtPd-ov xal aafupVQOv {aan<psigov P) B 

7 § 3. eUs — Q I r, dgy. . . . x(>vff«: x. x()vffa x, {-\- xa Q) d^yvQa x, 
XaXxd X. ^vXtva x. ix Ss^fidxwv anXwftaxa '^QV&QodavofjLEva {■^QvB-QTjdavo- 
fisvoDv Q) B I xal (2°): pr. side Q, -\- tSe V 8 xi6v(i>v\ + xov vaov 
xvglov B 

MSS HQ = Recc. AB. 8—10 vnb . . . d^sov — P 8 aXvaidmov: 

paLOt6(bxov Q I TiSTiXsyfi.: 7ts7iX.7jfj.6vag H, 7iXox^ TtsQiTiETiXeyftivcDv Q 9 Se 
xal Q I sxovaav . . . xavgovg: sxovaa axddcov x. t. At; xavQ. H, Jjv iTiolrjOa 
eig xo f^rjxog ^;i;ou(7a {6xovaa(v) Is) oxadlovg xal snl oxddiov xal xovg 1^ 
xavQOvg Q 10 § 4. ijoav . . . kvog (1. 12): fjaav ol ^gya^6fj.Evoi slg xov 

vadv XVQLOV (rursus ms. P) ol TidvxEg xQvolov hvdg Q, ol navx. XQ- ^"^^^ ^ 1 
'^ H f. 29^ 11 * textum depravatum enodari non potui: ol f4.EXi]OL0i (apo- 

graphum incertum) H 



MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 12 daifi6v(0v: + tb^ xatsxgiva ipydt,eo&ai. 
xal f^v eIq'jJvtj xvxX(p trig ^aatXsiag fiov (+ xal P) iTil Ttdarig xyg yfjg {naaav 
T?)v yTjv Q) B 



XXII, 1—4 ^ ^TttatoX^ 'Add^xov 6S* 

XXII. ^^AjtedrsiXs dh ejnarokrjv o ^aOtXevq 'AQa^(ov jidccQxrjg, 
i).iya)V ovTcac,' T>Ba6iXBvq 'Aga^cov A6aQx?]gy ^aOiXet SoXo- 
mvTi laiQBtv, l6ov '^xovaafisv rfjv dedofievrjv cot 60(piav xal 
on avd'Q(ojtog (dv jtaga xvqIov hdod'T} aoi cvveCiq sjil nav- 
5 xmv xmv Jtvevfiatcov aBQicov zs xal entyBiaiv xal xataxB-ovimv. 
2. jipsvfia 6e hOTtv av rfj ^Aga^ia' ev yag r^ eod-iv^ eQxstat 
avQa dvifiov emg Sgav ZQlrrjv xal ^ JtPOTj avzov 6eivr] xal 

fa^oxzslvsi avd-QcoJtovg xal xz^vrj xal * ov dvvazai C^rjdai jivotj 
QvdBiiia svavzLov zov daifiovog. 3. deofial Cov ovv, sJCEidri wg 

aVEjiog iozi zo Jtvsvfta, oocpiOal zi xaza zr^v 6E6ofiiv7]v aoi Oo- 
t (piav vjtb XVQIOV zov d-aov 6ov xal xaza^ia}6ov ajtoCzslXat dvva- 
\ (isvov avd-Qcojtov CvXXa^icd-ai avzo, 4. xal l6ov Gov * eCo/isd-a, 

1 ^aOtXev UoXofiSv, eyd zs xal Jtag 6 Xaog ,«ov xai JtaOa rj yTj 
i (iov, xal dgrjvsvcisi Jiaca Aga^iaj eav zrjv sxdlxfjOiv zavzrjv 3iovr\- 



Parallela ad c. XXII v. infra in ms. D, c. VI i — 9 

C. XXII. (117) MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 1 'Anzox 'AS&Qxriq, (1. 2) ego: 

kuhaxuXtv 6k paaiXehg aldaQxiq nEQawv H, xal iyevsxo iv rip stvai fie iv ry 
^ ^aaiXsia fiov aniazeiXs (xoi iniGvoX^v 6 paa. agd^cov dSdQTjq P, iv tavzatg 
6h xaXq i^fie^aig dneaxBiXev fie iniaroX^v 6 paa, 'AQa^cov 'ASd^xijg dvofzaxi Q, 
-\- ^ 6h yQa<pii xf^g ^niCxoXfjg sy^atpev ovzwg B 2 paaiXEt: fiaaiXsv H, 

+ T^ Q 3 /at^.: xd /f^etv H ] x^v . . . oo<piav (+ TtaQa S'eov) H: xccl 
kxovdxbv (dxovaxd Q) ysyovsv slg ( — elg Q) ndvxa xd nsQaxa x/]g yfjg x^v 
(t^ Q) h aoi dedofisvriv {-fiev^ Q) ao<plav (ao(pta Q) B 4 wv n. xvq. H: S?.£i^- 
fi(i)v TtaQU XVQIOV [d-sov Q) El av B ] idoS-rj aoi aw. H: xal aw. ido&f] 
aoi P, — Q ] nvevfiax. . . . xaxaxd-. B : de^iwv x. xaxay^^. H 6 § 2. nvevfia 
. . . !4^a^. H: ineid^ tcv. naQeaxiv iv xy X^Q^ "^V^ JiQa^tag xoiovde B | iv 
Xf h<o&iV(p B 7 xig avga B | cj^wv XQiiov P (y) Q | deivi] xal ;faAf7i^ B | 
ttTioxxsvei H 8 * P f. 21^ I ov 6vv. . . . dalfiovog H: 011 6vv. nvo^ ov6. 
t,fjaai inl xfjg yf^q ivavxiov x. daifx. ixsivov P, ov dwdfisS-a ovSefila nvo^ 
Sftivrfs inl xfjg yf^g t,ifaS-ai ditd x'^v Svvafxiv xov nvevfiaxog ixeivov Q 

MS H = Rec. A pro § 3 textum mutilatum praebet hunc: SsOfJiai aov ovv 
ffiaaaO-ai in ifxol notog avffiog iaxlv xd nvevfia xal slnetv fxai 

MSS PQ = Rec. B. 9 § 3. aou — P | ovv — Q 10 ab(piaaL Kurz: 
a6g}iG€ PQIs 1 xiV-.d^Q I aoi — Q 11 dvvdfxsvov P: dvvafiiv xal Q 
12 avxo Q: avxoj P 

MSS HPQ -=- Recc. AB. 12 § 4. aov ego: ay vel ov H, — B | ^ H 
f. 29V I iaoyfied-a H, saofiai B, pr. iyoj Q 13 nag — • P ( naaa . . . 
^017 K: ^ y^ fiov anaaa [naaa P) 6ovXoL [SovXri P) aov ^(og S-avdxov B 
14 idv ds H, idvneQ P [ ixdix. H: dixaioavvtjv B 

UNT. 9: McCown. 5* 



6^"^ x6 nvavfXa iv ^AQa^la XXII, 4—10 

oetq rinlv. 5. dio dsofisd-d 60Vj [irj jzaga^Zeip^g rrjv Ixaalap rjfi^Vy 
xal xvQiog ^fiwv ysvov aeldia Jtavxoxe. ^eggSod^ai rov efiov 
xvQiov aei 6ia jcavroq^^i^ 

6. ^Eya> 6b 2JoZo(iSp dvayvovg t^v ajccCro^rjv ravfrjv xal 

5 7cTV§ag ajtsdcoTca r^ 6ovXcf> fiov sl:n:cov avr^' ^[isra sjtrd rJiiBQaq 
vjioiivrjCEtq ftot xf}v sjtioroXfjv ravr7jv.<i 7. ^xal rjv ^hgovoalri^ 
(pxo6o(iwfi8Vfj xal vaoq CvvsjtXtjQOVxo,'^ xal rfv Xl&og dxQoyco- 
vialoq iiiyao, op s^ovZ6fi7]v d-aZvat elg x£g)aXrjv ywvlag XTJg ptlrj- 
Q(66Ecog rov vaov tov ^eov. 8. xal jiavxaq ol xaxvitat xal ndv- 

10 xaq ol dalfzoveg ol dvvvjtovQyovvxEg tjZ^ov ejrl to avxo dyayelP 
xop Xid-ov xal d-Etvat slg x6 otxEQvyiop * xov paov xal ovx 
tcxvcap CaXevCat avxop, * 9. (lExd dh xdg E3txa rjiiBQag fiprjad^elg 
iym XTJg sjiiaxoXfjg xov ^aOtXiwg AQa^a)v kxdXECa x6 JtaiSagiov 
fiov xal ECJiov avxS' »£jtloa§op xtjv xafirjlop 0ov xal Xd^e aO~ 

15 XOP xal X7]p cq)Qayl6a xavxTjp, lO. xal ajiEXd^E alg 'Aga^iap eig 
XOP rojtop EP (p xb jtopfjQOP jcpEvfia jvveei, xal xQaxt](iag rov 
doxop xal TO daxxvXldcop EfiJtQodd-EP * xov axofiaxog xov aaxov. 

MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 1 § 5. rftd — H 1 r]fio)v: -\- xal fi^ i^ov- 
d-evrjfj,svijv x^v a^jv yTtotsXsT xal vnoTetayixevriV ^itaQxlav anoxeXea-^ P 2 xal 
. . . navxoxs H: Zxi aov olxexai {Ixecat P) iafih^j iyo) (+ xs P) xal 6 Xa6q 
fiov xal itaaa ^ y^ fiov B | ^QQwoQ-at . . . navxoq B: — H 3 «et Q; — P 

§ 6. (118) 4 xavxTjv — P I i^. nxv^. H: x. dvanxv^. P, — Q 5 ane- 
6(OXa B: imdiSoxa H | SovXo) H: Xaw B | elitchv avxw HP: elndvieq Q 
6 vTiofiv^ . . . xavTTjv H: vito^v^aeiq (vTtofivi^Gaxs Q) fie Tte^l xJjg iitiatoXfjt; 
xavxrjg B | § 7. xal fjv . . . avvenXriQ. B : — H 7 olxoSofiovfievrj Q 1 
axQOyojv. xelf^ievoq B 8 fidyaq ixXexxog P j JJv H: Zvxiva B | slq x^v 

xsipaX^v TT^g ywviag xfjg ovfinXriQihascog B 9 x. vaov t. ^.■- avxovV \ 

§ 8. 10 avvvnsQyovvxeq Q | ayayeXv H: waxe dvayayetv B 11 d-elvat 
ctvxdv B I slq H: inl P, vnd Q | * H f. 30^ | vaov: + rov leQOv B 
12 * P f. 21^ 1 ahtov: 4- xal d-eZvai Tt^dq x^v ywviav x^v d-BfiaxtdfiBVi^v 
avxq) P, + fiv yag d XlO'oq ixecvoq ndvv fxeyag xal xg-^oifxoq slq xd xsd-fjvat 
iTtl xTjq ycovlaq {xd ... ymv.: x^v ycovlav P) xov leQOv B | § 9. (119) xal 
fiBxa xkq B | ifzvi^aQ-Tjv Q 13 iycb — B | xov H: 'ASdgxov Q, dddQOV P 
I ixdXsaa P: iitexaXeadfiriv Q, ixkXsvaa H [ x. 7tai6. H: xbv TtaZda P, xov 
natdl Q 14 x^v H: xdv B | Xd^s'. + fxexd aov Q, aeavxdv P | Xd^e 

rffi xal B 15 <pQ(}yiSa P | § 10. elq x^v 'Ag. inl xbv B 16 nvhi B: 

Ttvfj H I xgax^aaq B : xatdgyrjoov H 17 doxov B : alxdv H | ;tfai ro . . . 
daxov P: ;f. r. (ya;^r. -O-e? ^jMTtp. t^v ^;fdv H, inixridelwq slg xd xdnov, dd-ev 
^If^X^rai ^ Tivo^ TOV dalfiovoqf ofiolwq 6h xd SaxxvXldtov Q, + ?f«7o; t^v 
Tcvo^v xov nvBvfjiaxoq P | * Mg 1353 

§ 7. Is xxvm 16; ipt. 116 



XXII, 11—14 t6 nvBVfia iv 'Apafila ^'j'^ 

II. %di 6V r<p ifixPEvcid'TJvaL xov adxov evgrjOecq Stc 6 dalfiwp 
eorlv exetce ifutveov. rote CJtovdalcog fcsra filag d^aov xov 
a6^ov xal 6g)QayiCag to daxxvlidiov sjtlaa^ov sjtl rr^v xdfz?]lov 
xal xo/iiOov avrop evd-ada^ xal ajteXd-e vytaiv(ov*<(^ 

5 12. Tors jcalq xara * xa evtaXd^ivxa eJtoltjCs xal sjto- 
QEvd'f] elg AQu^iav, xal ol avd'QfOJtot xov rojtov ixelvov '^:jtL- 

' 6X0VV d aga dvv^Osxai xo Tcovrfgov jtvevfia cvXXa^iod'aL 13. xal 

f^ogd'QOV * avaGxaq 6 olxexrjq saxrj xaxsvcootiov xov jcvavfiaxog 
trig MVOTJg xal e^rjxs xov ddxbp ejtl xo Ma<pog, ejtid-fjxe rfe xal 

10 TO daxxvXidiop. * xal ElafjXd-ep sig xop diSxbv xal eotVBViiaxaiCev 

favxop, 14. 6h Jtatg Cxad-slg lo^iy^E xov doxov hotl x^ 6x6- 
[laxi £P opofiaxi xvqIov Sa^amd- xal sfiacvsv 6 dalfiwv sca^d-sp 



MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 1 § 11. ifiTtvevod-. H; TtvEV/xariti&tjvai B | 
aax6v: alxov H | ev^^aeiq ego: ev^saeig H, t6te avv^aeig B 2 d ix. 

ifiTtv. — B I TOTS anovS. H: se^l anovd^ B | ^exa ^iccq — B | dfjaov r. 

i te. (ixov) H : TtSQid^oaq xb axo^a xov aaxov B 3 ;f. a<p^ay. x. daxx. H : 
" xaxaafQdyiaov avxdv f^exa xov daxxvXtdlov xal P, a<pQikyiaov ccvrov fih xb 

: ter. xal Q | inlaa^ov avxbv B | x^v HP . xov B 4 xofiiaov avx. ivd-. 
H: xofi, fioi ivS-, P, ikB-h nQog ^fxaq Q, + xal ikv xaxa x^v ddbv xd^ei 

t ixd^exat Q) cot XQ'^<^^0'^ ^ dgyvQiov [aQyvQov Q, -f ^' d^riaavQohq P) %va 

f (87tft>e Q) djtoXva^q avxov, pXens fi^ nsiad^g (+ xal dnoHayq avxdv Q). 

I avvxa^ov 6h {dXXa ovvxa^ai P, + avxov Q) avsv d^xov (+ dnoXvaai P). 
xal ikv dnodel^ri {vTCodei^^ Q) aoi xonovq [xonov ^yovxa Q) x^'volov ^ (xal Q) 
aQyvQLOVj Gfjfjtetwadfievog xovq xoitovq Oipgdyiaai x^v G<pQaylSa xavxi^v {(o)<p^d- 
yiaai xbv xonov xov jj^jj^uaro? Q) xal ayaye fiot avxbv [avx. dy. fioi oids Q) B 
I xal H: ^^ B 

§ 12. (120) 5 xaxd (* f. 30^ T. ivxakd-. H: x. ivxeXofxeva Q, r« ivxE- 
taXfiEva avxw P, + Tia^a xov paoilEwq aoXofxwv < H | ^nolriaE : + xal ini- 
aa^E x^v (xbv Q) xdfiJjXov xal eS-jjxe xbv daxbv (+ ^nl xbv xdfujXov Q) B 
6 siq x^v kp. B 7 a^a . . . avXXa^. Pt aga xb nvEvpta xb TtovrjQbv rfvv^J- 

asxai avXXafi. Q, dvvaxbv civ{S-QQ)n)ov avXXa^. H | § 13. ;f. ^^S-gov ego: x. 
dgd-bq H, Sg^^ov 6h yEvofiEVOV B 8 * P f. 22^ 1 o — H 9 insS-T^xs 

■ . . daxT. H: pctti xb daxx. (* Q f. 14^) inl xb axofia (xov axdf^axoq P) xov 
aaxov B 10 ElaflXd-Ev . . . invsvfiax. avx. ego : slarjXd-EV . . . ifxTtvevo/xdxtaev 
avx. dxcb xfjq nvoi^q xov novrjQOiJ 7tv(£Vfxaxo)q H, iTtvsvfxaxwS^ b doxbq Q, 
STCVEvasv b 6atfza)v 6ia fziaov xov daxxvXiSlov Elq xb axofxa xov daxov xal 
slaeXd-eav invavfzdxwaE xbv daxbv P 11 § i4' ^txtg HQ: avd^Qconoq P | 

cfzad-alq H: ivataS-Eiq ei&iwg P, ovvxbiiojq Q 1 ^60<piy^E (Ea(p^^s ms.) . . . 

, axdfiaxi H: ^datpiy^ev x^ X^^&^ ^^ axbfxa xov daxov P, ^ddfjaev xb oxo^ia xov 
daxov Q 12 ^v HP: dnl xw Q | xvqIov xov d'EOv P | ^ daifi. iao)9: H. 
I'ffo) d d&ifx. B 



68* ^E^iTiTtag, x6 nvev/xa iv ^A^a^icc XXII, 14—19 

sig rbv acxov, 15. Efisive 6e xal 6 jtalg slg ajtodet^tv i^fisQaq 
TQ£iQ, xal ovxETi sjtvavGB TO jcvevfittj xal sjteyvcoCav ot "Aga^sg 
on aOg)aXcog GwexXEtCe to Jtvsvfia. 16. tots sjcECa^e xov aCxov 
elg zTjp xafiTjXov, jtQOOejtSfiJcop 6s ol ^'Aga^sg rbv jtaZda fisra 
5 doigfop xal rtftcop sviprmovvrsg xov d-sov, ifistvav yag sv sig^vi;}. 
tloriyaYB (6e) to jtvsvfia o Jtaig xal £&7jx6v avro slg x£q}aXrjv 
rov vaov. 

17. Tfj 6s sJtavgtov slarjk&ov iycb ^oZofiSv elg rov vaov 
xal Tjfifjv ev Zvjf^ jtsgl rov kid-ov rov dxgoywvialov. xal avaCrag 

^° o aaxog xal jtsgiJtar^aag ^ruiaxa sjcra sCrrj sjtl to Cxofia xal 
Jtgo6sxvvrjGs (ioi. 18 xal d-avfidcag sya> oxi fiexd xov doxov 6vvd- 
fistg hcxs xal JtsgisjcdxrjOev, sxiXsvoa avxo dvaCx7]vai. xal avsoxTj 
o aOxog xal sOxrj hv xolg jcoalv JtetpvGiwfisvog. 19. xal sjtTjgw- 
xTjda avTov Xsycov' T>av xlg bI;<^ Xsyet sco) xo jcvsvfia' * 

15 Jfc/CD slfii 6aifia}v Xsyofisvog 'Eq)tjrxag, o sv x^ Aga^ia,^ 



MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 1 iv rib aasc(i> Q | § 15. i^, 6e x. Yi: xal 
fxeza zovTO Sfi. B | natq sv t§ X^Q^ ixsivy ^(x. XQSiq slg imSsi^iv B 
2 nvevfia: -\- TtXeov x^ ndket ixelv^ P, + nXetov iv xy x^9^ ixslvy Q | 
^dyvcoaav mxvxsq ot B 3 § r6. (121) inlaa^s B | aaxov. + 6 naXq B | 

x^v HP: xov Q 4 TtQoasTc. 6h H: xal nQosn. P, xal i^ansaxsiXav Q | r. 
naiS. ot ^Aq. B | ptsxa . . . rcficdv H: fxexci xifx^q nokXijq xal Sa)QQ)v noXv- 
rifiajv P, /J., xtfx. noX. xal dibQa noXXdi idQ>Q0(p6gr^aav tdv naXSa Q 6*eiiy. 
T. d-. H : Eh<prifjL. xal So^aQovxeq xdv S-eov l<SQa^X P, inalvovq xal SS^av nsfi- 
■tpafievoi /j,oi Q | ifietv. . . . sl^. — B 6 etarjy. . . . naXq H : o rfe itaXq 

sloTjy. xov daxdv B | a-bvd ego: avxw H, avxdv Q, — P | x6<paX^v H: 
xd /xiaov B 8 § 17. elaf^Xd-ov. iXS-ujv B | iyo) ^aaiXsvqV \ vabv xov 
d-£ov B 9 xal — B | Xvn^ noXX^ B | xal iv xCo slaBQXSGd-al fxai slq 
xdv vadv (-|- xvqlov Q) B 10 x. tcsqltc, pri(x. hn, H: ns(pvG7jfi€voq (— P) 

iitsQisndxriaev hn. prjfx. B [ ^iaxj] (eaxc ms.) . . . axofza H: ^sTisaev Sh inl 
axofia P, xal iXd-ojv ^fin^ooO-s (xov eneoev Mfxn^oaS-ev fiov x^nov (1. xiitxov Is) 
xb axo/xa xov aoxov inl x^v yr^v Q 11 inQoaxvvtias Q | § 18. x. d-avfx. 
iyo} HP; iyo) 6h xavxa d-scoQ'/joag iS^avfiaoa Q | dxt xal B ] fxexa x, 
aaxov H ( — xov) P: iv &ax^ deds/xivoq dalfitov Q | 6vvafxiv B 12 ^'«;;fs 
d Salfxcov P I TteQiSTtdzeL B | iyo) dh ixiXsvaa Q | avxbv B 13 x. 
^sarrj — H | iv — P | 7te(pva. H: 7ie<pvavrjfi€Voq P, nstpvarifiivoq Q | 
§ 19. 14 av: pr. ebts fxoi B, — Q | Xiyet ^iao) H: xal %<pri ^awB-ev B | 
* P f. 22"^ I Sal/xcDv o Xeyb/xsvoq B | i(pL7t7tcigVj ifpiTcii ag Qy M(pi7i7cag H, 
cf. supra VI 5, infra XXIV i | 6 wv F, d JJ^iyv Q 



XXII, 20— XXIII, 3 Xld^og 6 ax^oycovtatOQ 69* 

20. xal eljtov avr^' ^Jtoicp ayyiXco xaraQyBlcai;^ o 6s Xdyst' ^rcp 

^ §ta otaQ&ivov fisXZovri ysvv9]&ijpai sjcsi6t^ avrov jtQooxvvovCi 

?^ ayysXoL, xal vjto ^lovdaicov fiiXkovxc aravgmd^TJvaiA 

■ XXIII. ^Eyco 6h Xsyw JtQog avrov »r/ fiot Svvaaai jrocTJoai;^ 

S 6s sg}?!' Tisyca 6vvar6q sifii oQf] fisraar^pai xal fiErag)£QEiP 

I oixovg xal ^aOiXstg xara^aXstVA 2. xal shtov avTq>' ^ai 6vva- 

tog eL EJiaQoP xov lld^ov rovtov slq ttjp aQxrjv rrjg ywvlag rov 
I vaovA 6s sg)7]. »ov /lovov rovtov xov Xid-ov sjtaQm, ^aocXsv, 
I aXka xal 6vv rm 6alfiopt r^ ev t^ ^Egvd^Qa d-aXaCC^ rov sv r^ 
10 Egvd'Qa d-aZaOiS^ xiova rov dsQiov, xal or'^dEig avrov oJtov 

Id'iXEcg*^ 3. xal ravra eIjccov vjcsid^Zd'Ev vxoxaro} rov Xi&ov xal 
TjQSv * avrov xal avriXd-sv slg rov xXL^axa ^acrd^cov rov Xid^mv 

MSS PQ = Rec. B pro § 20 praebent textum hunc : tcoI {iyoj 6e Q) elnov 
avio)' (H- xovTO aoL iatl to ^vopca-j 6 6a ^<pr]' vai' dnov yag ^ovkofxai 
i ^iplitxa^ai xal ^^nvQiQw xal ^avaxat, xal elnov avt<j>' i*) nolw dyysXa) 
mta^yetaai {xaza^yrj av V); Sh stTtsv 6 ^ovagx^'i ^f^S o ^6x<ov i^ovolav 
xar^ ifiov {-\- xal dxovsaS-ai P), 6 dt^ Ttag^svov fxiXkwv ysvaad-ai (6 xal 
{leXXwv ix Ttagd-. xlxzea&ai Q) xal vnb 'lovSalcDv (-j- fisXXei Q) oxavQto&flvai 
iid ^Xov, 8v nQoaxvvovat ayyeXoi aQx^yyEXoi., ixetvog fxe xaxagysi xal 
axovBi fie ix xfjq noXXfjq (xov dwdiiecog {dxovsT fiov x^v TtoXXi^v fiov 6vva- 
(itv Q) x^Q dod-slOTjg fxoL [fiov Q) vnd xov TtaXQoq fxov xov dia^oXov. 

MS H = Rec. A. 1 § 20. xov 6. n. (xsXXovxo <, ysvTjS-, ms. 3 f^eXX <. ms. 

Parailela ad c. XXIII v. infra in ms. D l. VI lof. 

C; XXIII. MSS HPQ= Recc. AB. ^ iyd> . . . avxbv Q; 6 dl Xeysi av- 
Twv H, sinov d'k aura) P | dvvaaal fioi Q | (xot — P 5 ^graaT^- 

vttiH: fxexatpSQELV P, GaXsvaat Q | x. fiExa<p, . . . xaza^. [xaxapaXB ms.) H: 
oixlaq ^aaiXeutv xaxa^ctX. [xaxaXapelv Q), divSga dnsxaXa [aTtstaXXa Q, -aXa 
Kurz) ^ijQalva) (jj.agalvQ} P) B 6 § 2. f t , . . xovxov H: dvvaaai inccQat 

z6v Xld-ov xovxov xal d-eaai (ex S-saS-ai corr. P) avxdv B 7 ymviag xavxrjg 
xjjq oisarjg iv x^ EVTCQsneia x. vaov B S ov fiovov HP: 6vvo/xai xal Q | 

xdv Xl&ov — B I indgai B | ^aaiXsv, dXXa — Q 9 =^ Mg 1356 | ahv 
... d^aXdoo^ ego: ovv xat Saifxovi xq> inl xJ^g SQV&gag S-aXdaarjg P, avvxofiiog 
sva H, — Q I xov ^v . . . ds^iov H : dvaydyo) xov xiova xov dsglaxrjv P, 
tdv xiovav xdv iv pvd-(j) xt^g d-aXdaar}g (f. 14^ xrjg 'E^vS-gag ^aXdaorjgf ^vtceq 
^aaxd^ei etsgog 6alfxa)v (pvXdxxwv avxb exeZ eoDg x^v a-rifi£QOv Q 10 arjj- 
OBig . . . d-eXeig H : ax'^oco avx. {avx. S-ioco Q) (^nov povXet (^ovXy Q) iv 'Zc- 
QOvaaX^fi B 11 § 3. xal— B | vneia^XBev . . . Xld-ov H: ^vdyxaoa avxdv, 
ical wael ix<pva7jd-elg daxdg iyivexo xal V7to6id(oxa xip XlB-cp xal 6is^(ooev 
savxdv Pj insdsL^a aixov xov Xi&ov. 6 dh daxdg iysvsxo oKTft ix^vOTj^-elg 
xal 6i£t,Q)0£v savzdv Q 12 fjQSV avx. H: ini^Qsv (H- xbv Xld^ov Q, * P 

f- 23^ indvo) xov daxov B | elg x. xXifx. H: 6 daxbg xdg xXifxaxag P, 6 
daxbg xdg axdXag Q | * H f. 32^^ 



70* 6 XiOiv 6 as^ioq XXIII, 3— XXIV, 3 

ocal ed^ETO avxov alg rrjv axgav Trjg slaodov tov vaov. 4. hyo) ds 
JSoXofiSv kjtaiQOfisvog siJtop' T^dkrjd^Sg vvv sJiXTiQcod-Tj ?J yQag)7j 
^ Xeyovaa' >Xld^ov ov aTtadoxlfiaCav ol olxodofiovprsg ovtog eys- 
v^d-fi fiEV elg XB(paXriv ya)viag,< xal za XoiJtL 

5 XXIV. ^Kal jtaXiv slytov avrw' ^ajtsl^s, ayayi (lot ov 

eijtag xlova ev xfi 'Egvd-Qa d^akaaO'^. xal ajteXd-cbv 6 'Eg)iJtjtag 
avriyaysv top Salfiova xal xov xlova afuporegot ^aara^ovrsq 
ajto rrjg Aga^iag. 2, hym 6b xaTaOo<pt(Sa(isvog^ on xa 6vo jcvsv- 
[lara ravza idvvavxo JtaCav rrjv olxovfievrjv daZevaai ev fiia 

10 QOJt^ Jt£Qt£aq)Qayi6a evd^ev xal Ivd-ev xw SaxxvXidiw xal sIjcoV 
^g)vXaxxE6^£ axQt^^g.^ * 3, xal Efisivav ^adxa^ovxeg xov xlova 



MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 1 'eS-sro HP: sB-r^scev Q | r^g . . . vaov B: 
TOV vaov T^q ddov H | § 4. 2 iTtaiQOf^svo^ H: Idwv xbv Xid-ov inij^fii- 

vov xal red'efisXca)fZEVov {-}- iS'avfxaaa xal Q) B | vvv . . . )^eYovaa H 
( — vvv) P: ^ yQccg>}j ehtsv Q 3 <Jv auEdox. B: dvaTisdosc. H 4 fihv 

— B I Qcal T« Xomd H : Szi tovxo ovx ^iaziv ifxbv dovvai aXXa xov d-sov t6 
xatLaxvoai TOV daifiova inccQai tov Xld-ov zrjXLXOvtov xal cLTtoO-eGd-ai avrbv 
eiq xdnov Sv i^ovXdfxrjv P, Sri tov S-eov to S'sXrjfxd iGtiv tip ddxyavTi t^v 
loxvv dalfxovog (i)7td^ai XiS-ov zoaovtov fziysd-og xal ditozeS'^vac siq xov to- 
nov dv i^ovXofxrjv Q 

Parallela ad c. XXIV v. in ms. D c. VI 12 — 14 

C. XXIV. MSS HPQ =^ Recc. AB. (124) textuiu eius capitis depravatum 
per conjecturam dubitanter emendavi 5 xal . . . Q^aXdaa^ H: — B 6—8 xal 
*. . ^AQa^laq Q: xal dnfiXd-Bv xal fiQsv avxBv. ^ytb Sh elSov ahxhv atpvo) 
ioXOfXEVOv paard^ovxa xov xlova xbv dsQiov H, -j- cbg Sh iS-eaadfiijv xbv 
xlovav tpsQOVxsQ £lg vyjoq xov dsQoq ^aaxa'Cfivxsq Ttdvteg ot d-so)QOvvxeg tu 
^avfxa i^sTiXdyrjaav Q (1. fortasse wq 6e eldov avxd d(x<p6xeQa ^QXopLBva ^a- 
oxd^ovxa TOV xlova xbv dsQiov cum xaxeaotpiad/nt^v, v. infra), xal ^yayev 
^EipiTCTcaq xbv dalfiova xbv iy rf ^Egv&Qa S-aXdaay (xbto. xov xIovoq, xal Xa- 
povTBq dfKpoTSQOi xbv xlova vyjdjS-Tjaav dnb x^q yfjq P 8 § 2. ^yib S'k 

xaxao. B : xaxsao^iadfxijv H i6vv. . . . olxovfx. H : tjdvvavxo t, olx, oXrjv 
{6X. T. OCX. Q) B, pr. fi^ Cr [ aaXevaai B: aaXeaat H | ^la gondii'- Qvny 
(1. ^i7t^ Knrz) Q, axiyfxjj x^ovoi) P 10 xal 7tsQLEag>Qdyiaa airubv H | 

fiETd TOV daxxvXidiov Q 11 (pvXazT. dxQip, H: <pvXdaaov dxgip. P, ngbq 

xovq datfiovag' in dvofxazoq xvqIov l^a^a^X S-sov ^a^ao)^ axrjxe, dalfxoveg. 
(xExd TOV xiovlov Big xb vxpog tov digog iv tG> xonq) xovxo), paazd^ovxsg xbv 
xlova ^(oq x^g avvTsXElag xov al&vog Q | * H f . 32^ | § 3. ^EfiBivav: 
+ xa TtvEi^aTa B, add. adhuc Big xbv xSnov Q | ^aozd^ovra P 1 r. 
xlova — P 

§ 4. Ps. CXVIII 22; Mlc. XII 10; Mt, XXI 42; Lk. XX 17; I Pt. II 6f. 
Mt. XX 23 ; Mk. X 40 



XXIV, 3— XXV, 4 t6 Ttpevfia rd h Tff ^EQvd-Q^ S-aXdaay 71* 

slg, tov digcc fiexQC TTJg arjfiegov ^alq ajtodsi^iv rrjg dsdofiEPtjg fiot 
(Sog}lccq* 4. xal rjv xQSfiafisvog xlcov vjt€QfiEysd-r]g dice tov asQog 
VJtb t3v jrvsvfidrcov ^aora^ofisvog xal ovrcog xdrco&ev ra Jtvev- 
aaxa k<palvovro cdCjisq arjQ ^acra^ovxa. S- ^o:t ev rat arevLC,siv 
5 riiiag {vjtoXo^og) hyivaxo rj ^aGig rov xlovog xal eonv eoog r^g 

\ 0illlBQOV? * 

XXV. KoL syo) TjQ(Dr7]6a top stbqop Salfiopa top dpeXd^opxa 
h trig d^aXadCrjg (isra rov xlopog' ^^(jv Tig el xal rl xaXsZCai 
xffl t/ cov ^ hgyaoia; on utoXXa axovco Jtsgt oov.« 2, 6e 6ai- 

p iLmv ^i(pi]' >£ycOj fiaOiXsv 2oXo(icop, xaXov^at A^s^ed-t^ov' xal 
jtOTs ^xad-E^ofiT^v EP jtgdrq} ovgapw^ ov to opofia ^AfiEXovd-. 

\ 3. fi/co ovp Elfit * JtPEVfia x<xX£jtop xal nr£ga>TOP xal fiovoJtTs- 
gov, EJtl^ovXop Jtadrjg jtpo^g vjto tcop ovgapSp. syca 7tagi^fi9]p 

I fivixa MmvGrjg slc^gxETO sig ^agacb ^aCcXia Alyvjtxov OxXrjgv- 

Svcov avTOV Ttjp xagdtap, 4. Eyd eif/i op EJtixaXovvTO 'lapp^g 
xal 'lafi^grjg ol fiaxofiEVOi xcp Mova^ ep Alyvxro). iym eIiil 6 

tdvTLJtaXalwp Tcp Mwvo^ ep roZg TsgaCi xal zotg Crj^Eloig.i 

MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. 1 elq r. Mga — B | (xi-XQi- r. {r^v H) orifi. 
HP: ^mq xal x^v o^fiSQOV Q 

MSS PQ = Rec. B. 1 — 6 slq dnoS. . . . airjfis^ov magnem partem om. 
ms. H, V. infra U. 4f. 2 § 4,, o xlovaq iv fxeysS-ei <pQixt(f} slg rdv asQa Q 

3 xal oiJTOjg . . . pa0Tcit,ovTa ora. Q per homoeoteleuton 4 § 5. xal iv . . 
xlovoq [vTtoXo^og ex P supplevi) H : tc. iv r. dtsv, xiq 6 xicov vTtdlo^og ^aazd- 
XofiEvog vTCd T(5v TtvevfxdrcDv P, (pSQOfievoq Sq vno Xo^yov ovxl ogd^t^q Q 
5 ^o)q xal t^v a^f^SQOv Q 6 * P f. 23^ 

C. XXV. MSS HPQ = Recc. AB. (125) 7 ^goiZTjaa H: I!olofiwv inri- 
Qon. B I zdv ev. ... xlovoq H: rd itEQOv to iv tj7 iv l4.Qa^ta rtjq ^E^vd-Q&q 
S^aXdaorjq Q, to Tivev/aa zd ezsqov zd dvskd-dv f^eza zov xlovoq and zov ^v- 
%'Qv zfjq S^aXdoorfq zfjq igvB-Qaq xal shcov avzM P 

MSS PQ « Rec. B. §§ 1—5. 11. 8— p. 72*. 1 av . , . avzat — H | f^ 
xal zl ~Q 9 Tie^t P: Tta^d Q I § 2. 10 SoX. — Q | 'A^st^e^id-ov Q | 
xal note ixaS-e^. Q: dnoyovoq elfzi w^xayyeAov, xa&e^ofj,evov fxov P 11 Svofia: 
+ tov dyyiXov zov xazagyovvzoq fie Q | 'ApeXovd' Q 12 § 3. ovu — Q 
I ;c«Af7rdv (* f. 15^) nvsvfia Q -| xal {1°) — Q 13 im^ovX. . . . ov^a- 

v&v P: noXXa. xaxa ivegy&v Q | iyoj nag. rjvlxa P: od-BV iya> elfiij Srav Q 
U 6 McDva^q Q: fzmaiiq P | ^aaiXio)q mss. 15 lavlq xal lafi^glq P, 

Jott^S k. ^aix^Qlq Q I ol fzaxopievot Q: 01 xavx^jfievoi P, olxovxd}fievoi Fl 
16 iv Aly. . . . Mcova^ om. Q per homoeoteleuton 1 7 zigaat xal Q : nigaai P, 
xegaai conj. Cr 



72* kpet^ed-i^ov XXV, 5-9 

S- ecjtov ovv avTO)'^ »jtwg ovv EVQsd-T^g bp t^ 'Egvd^ga d-aXaca^it 

6e 8g}-r]' l^ev xfl b§66ov xmv vlcov ^lOQafjX iyco eoxXi^Qvva ttjv 
xagdlav ^agacb xal avsjtxEQmaa avrov rrjv xagdiav xal xmv 
^•SQajtovxmv avxov. 6. xal sjtolrjaa avxovg Yva xaxadid^mOiv 

5 ojtlao) xSv vlSv 'iCQarjX, xal cvvrixoXovd-fjOs ^agaw xal JtdvxEq \ 

01 Aiyvjtxtoi, xoxs syco jcaQ?jfirjv exst xal avvrjxoXovd^i^aafisv^i 
xal avfiXO-o^iBv aJtavxsg ev x^ "'Egv-B^ga d^aXaCO-^. 7. xal iyevExo 
7]vixa diEXBQaCav ol viol 'iCQarjX,''^ EJtavaOXQag)£V xb v6c^Q ixaXvipe 
jtaCav xfjv xaQEii^oXriv xmv AlyvjtxLcov' xoxs BVQEd^rjv hym exeI 

10 xal avv£xaXvg)d^f]v ev xS vSaxi ^xal sfiEiva ev xfi d-aXaoa-^ 
xTjQov/iBvog^ vjroxaxo) xov xlovog ^fiixQt dv^X&Ev 'E<piJtJtagA * 
8. x'ayo) 6e UoXofiSv SgxiCa avrov ^aCxaC^Eiv xov xlova aa)g 
xrjg avvxEXsiag. 9. xal cvv ^E<p Exodfirjaa xov vaov avxov ev 
Jtaa^ EVJtgEJtEia. xal rjfirjv xaigcov xal do^dC^cov avxov? 



MSS PQ = Rec. B. 1 § 5. ovv P: de ^yw Q 2 £<pri P: XsyEi (xot Q 
1 iaxX^govv Q 4 § 6. "va xazad. P: STtojg xazaSioi^ovaLV Q 6 avvE- 
xo?.ov$^7]oEv Q 6 iavv7jxoXovS^f]adv /^f Q | § 7. 7 Tjvtxa P: Sre Q 1 

MS H = Rec. A. §§ 5—7. pro 11. 1—2 ntbq . . . E(pr]; praebet H haec: 
n&Q iv xrj ^QL^Qa d-aldaai] oljcfjg. 6 6ai(xo)v E<pri 2 — 8 ev tj7 . • • 'Iff- 

gariX — H J 

MSS HPQ =r Recc.AB. 8 i7iavaazQa(pev . . . ^xaX, B: Zxav ^aXQ&<pri 6 
vd(i)Q Xal ixdXsiipsv H 9 naaav — H | Alyvjit.: + xal naaav r?)v 6vva- 
fxiv avr&v B | tore ev^. H: evq. ovv B 10 avvex. iv t. vd. H: ixdXvipiv 
fis rd v6o)Q B [ 'x. UfXEiva. . . . ztj^ov/xsvog B: — H 11 xlovog zovxov B 

MS H == Rec. A §§ 7—9, U. 11—14 ^^XQ'' • ■ ■ ccvxov: textum bre- 
ve m praebet 

MSS PQ = Rec. B eiusdem sectionis textum interpolatum praebent liunc: 
Sg 6h fjXd-ev 'E<pLn%ag ne^<pd'elg nagd aov iv dyyeio) daxov (* P f. 24^) 
iyxXfiad-Elg xal dvE^l^aos (jle TCQdg oL § 8 (127) xdyco {+ ovv P) SoXopt&v 
dxovaag xavxa ido^aaa xdv d-edv xal rngxiaa xovg dalfiovag waze p) TtaQa- 
xovdal fxov dlXa fXEivat paaxd^ovxaq {-xeg Q) xdv [xijv P) xlova. xal &fiO- 
oav d^<p6xeQ0i XayovxEg' t^§ xvQiog 6 d^Bog (+ oov P, + 8g naQeSwxEV r^fxag 
vnoxBiQiovg aov Q), ov ^^ dnoM/^ed^a x6v gxvXov xovxov eo)? x^g GvvxeXelag 
xov alatvog. § rf* av "^ ^f^sga (ego; el rf' ctv T^/j,sQav P, slg (J' av rj/isgav Qi 
slg S' ^v T^fx. conj, Kurz, * Mg 1357) nea^ XlS-og ovzog^ xoze *eavai rj Gw- 
xeXsia xov al&vog. § 9. {128) iyo) dh {xqyo) P) SoXofx&v iSo^aoa xov d-eov 
xal (+ i6o linea deletum P) ix6a(X7iGa xdv vabv xov xvqIov Ttda?^ svu^eneia, 
xal ^[xr^v Evnv(.iO)V ev t^ ^aoiXela ^ov xal £lQt)vri ev xatg ijfXEQacg (xov 



XXVI, 1—4 j) Sovfiavvtriq y^^ 

XXVI. Eka^ov 61 yvvaixaq ajco JtaCtiq xcagaq * ocaX ^aOtXeiag, 

cov ovx rjp dgid-fiog, xal eJtOQSv&rjv JtQog xmv ^Is^ovCalcov ^aOiXia 

xai eldov yvvatxa sv r^ fiaCcZsla avrcov xal rijaniqCa avr^p 

I C(p66Qa, xal '^&sXf]aa avrr^v fil^ai Cvv zaig yvvai^L fiov, 2 xal 

^^sijtov jtQog tovg IsQstg avrcov ^dors (loc rr^v 2ovfiaplrf]v xav- 

I %r\Vy on '^yajtfjOa avxriv G^odga.^!^ xal * eijcov JCQog fis' »sl 

W'riyajt;f]Cag ttjv dvyazEQa ^fiwv, jtQodxvvTjCov rovg d-eovg rj^mVj 

TOP fisyap ^Patpav xai MoXox, xal Xa^s avxi^PA 3. syo) 6e ovx 

rjHXfjda jtQ00xvp7]€taij aX}! sIjzop avrotg' ^syca ov ngocxvvm 

xoHqt dXXorglq).<i 4. avrol 6s Jtags^iddapto Tf]v Jtagd^ipop Xs- 

lyovTsg ore' ^eav yipfjral Coi stoeXd-slP sig t7]p ^aoiXtlap 2oXo- 

l(imv(Tog)j * sljta avrtp' >ov xoifi9]d-7iCo/iai fierd oov ear fir^ 

oiioKO^^g rqi Xaw fiov, xal Xd^s axQi6ag Jteprs xal 0<pd^ai 



I 



C. XXVI. MSS HPQ =. Recc. AB. 1 ''EXa^ov rfe H: ical ika^. P, iya* 

rff iX, Q I yvvaixaq: + ifxavxov P, + fig dvdnavalv fAov Q | ndaag Q | 

J * H f. 33^ I PC. paaaelag — B 2 6)v B: ov K \ iTtOQEvd-tj H | t. 'Is- 

I fiova. paa. ego ; tov lep, ^aad^cDV H, rovq %povaaiovq Q, xo le^ovaacov P 

3 eUov HQ: lda)v P | yvvatxa . . . ahtS>v H: ^^u d-vyaxsga dvd-Qcbnov 

h^ovoaiav B | xal — P 4 G<pb6Qa: + wg itoXXa wgalav ovaav Q | 

I ii^sXriaa . . . f^ov H: '^povX6//.7}v d£^ead-ai avt^v (leza zaZg yvvai^l fxov elq 

I ywaixa P, ^'Q^zriaa avr^v "va fxov ywaXxav fj.£zd z<bv €Z6Q(ov ywaixwv Q 

§ 2. 5 avzBv: -\- x, eiTt. ngbq z. teQeXq linea deleta P ] ^01 HQ: 

(lov P 1 SovfxavlzTjv H: aovixai'lzj^v P, Ttalda Q 6 ozi . , . 0(p66Qa H: 

uq yvvatxa (+ fzov Q) B ] * Q f. 15''' | fxa: -i- ol { — Q) is^etQ zov Mo- 

Xox B, add. etiam diozc si'dwXa iae^ovztaav Q 1 iav dyanaq B 7 Bvyaz, 

^fi&v H: TCa^S-svov B, + eiOEXS^e {-j- 6s Q) xal B 8 zov fxiyav. zG> [xsyaXo) 

d-eip P (-f- Tjfjtatv) Q | Qa<pa^ H | MoXdx- pr. zG) xaXovfiivo) d-ecb P | xal 

Xd^s avz. HQ: — P | § 3. 6h: oi}v B, 4- zovzo H, + <po^riQ-slq z^v So^av 

TOV d-sov (+ ^fiojv Q) B 6 '^9-eX. HQ: ^xoXov&fjaa P | TtQOOxwTJoat . . . 

^yw P {xay^) Q: — H | ov: ovds H 

MSS PQ = Rec. B in- fine sectionis 3 (post dXXozgiw) et pro sectionibus 4 
et 5 praebent textura hunc: xal zlq 6h {x. zlq ds omisso spatioque puro relicto 
in marg. scr. ziq avzr] P) ^ ( — Q) vnoQ-EGiq dzi xoaovzov (zovzo Q) /Wf dvay- 
xdt,EXE noi^aai; § 4. ol dh Ebtov "va ofioicoS'^q (Iva dfx, ora. spatioque pure 
relicto mO-Elq scr. P) z&v itaziQov ^fiibv* (129) i(iov 6h TivS-ofievov ozt ovSa- 
fiwq (ovdafi^ Q) TtQoaxvv^ao) {tiqog^vou) Q) ^EoXq aXXozQloiq, avzol [xal P) 
naQ^yyEiXav zi]v naQ^hov zov //?'/ xoifitjd'ffvai fxoh idv fi^ TCEiad-w d-vaai xoXq 
^•EQXq (+ ahzSiV Q) 

MS H = Rec. A. § 4. 12 ahz^ ego: avxibv H .| ad atpd^ai (1. 13) et 
^(T« [ES-tjaa ms.; p. 74*, 4) cf. Bia/. Tim. et AquiL, p. 70, et mss. PQ infra; 
V. Intro p. 38. 



74* "^^ TtaQdnxmixcc tov SoXofx&VToq XXVI, 4—8 

avzag slg to ovofia 'Pa<pav xal MoX6x,<^ 5. ey,a) 61 dta to aya- 
jcav fis rrjv xoqtjv cog coQalav ovCav jcavv, xal cog aavverog mv, 
oidsv svofitaa rcop dxglSov to alfia xal iXa^ov avxag vxo Tag 
/£?()«? fiov xal sd-vaa slg to ovofia ^Paq)av xal MoXox ^o^e 
5 ddcoXoig, xal IXa^a ttjv jtagd-ivov etg rbv olxov rrjg ^aot- 
Xslag fiov. 

6. Kal djt^Q&rj to Jtvsvfia rov d-sov djt efiov, xal an 
axsivrjg trig -^fisQag sysvsro cog X^gog xa qrniaxd fiov, xal rjvay- 
xa6e fis olxovofi^dat vaovg xcov sldcoXcov. 7. xdyw ovv 6 6vaxrj~ 
'° vog ejtol7]€fa xr^v CvfifiovX^v avx^g xal xsXslmg aJtsCxr} ^ dog« 
TOV ^eov ajt sfiov xal eaxotlad-r] xo JtVEVfid fiov, xal eyev6fifjv4 
ysXcog xoTg sidcoXoig xal dalfioOiv, ^ 

8, Jia xovxo aotiygaipa ravxrjv fiov xi]v 6ca&^xrjv tva ol 

MSS PQ = Rec. B. § 5. xdyo) ovv d doXiog {-\- xal navdS-ltOQ Q) xi- 
vovfxsvov fiov TtiXQOv ocal dacoxov peXovg rov I'^corog trfq seoQrjQy ^iSmxa ini- 
a^vaiVj xal [ntxQOv . . . imox. xal Q: SQwq Tca^' ai)T§ P) %(peQkv fiot Tiivte 
dxQlSaq (P f. 24^ Xeyoiv (+ ^ol Q)' Xape ravzaq zag axQidaq xal avvt^itpov 
avtdq in dvo^axoq [-axi Q) xov ^sov MoX6x (+ xal ^Patpk Q), xal (+ vvvV] 
xoifj.r]di^aofiai fJtExd oov. 07t8Q xal ixsXeaa (+ iyo} x^v dnoAeiav xaixijv Q). 

MSS PQ »— Rec. B pro § 6 textum praebent hunc: xal (+ xavxa noi'^- 
aaq d ad^Xioq Q) Bvd-vq dTtsaxrj (+ dn ifxov Q) xd nvEVfxa (+ x6 aytov Q) 
xov d-eov, (+ aTi i^ov P, -h ^o!.l Knaaa rj 66^a xal ^ aotpla Q), xal iyevofirjv 
dod'EV^q Sael X^^oq xoTq ^^fiaal 410V [xal xa Q^i^axd fiov Sq ^ — Sael Kurz 
— X^goq Q)' i^ ov xal ^vayxdad'Tjv (-ad-tj P) Jtag' avxfjq (avxoTq Q) xiiaat 
vabv xBv eld&Xtav x^ BadX [Trj^dX Q) xal xw ( — Q) '^Pa^d xal xih (xov) 
MoXdx xal xoXq Xomoiq sl6d)Xoiq {x(bv Xomwv sldcbXcov Q) 

MS H ^ Rec. A. § 6. 7 dTt^^&rj ego: ^Tt^Q&T] ms. 

MS H = Rec. A pro sectione 7 textum, ut mihi videtur, interpoUtum 
praebet nunc: Syo) dh o Svaxivoq wxodSfiijaa did xo ndvfj dyanav aift^v. xal 
dis^dyrj tj ^aoiXela fiov xal dXdXv^a fiBy&Xo)q, xal Saxo^itla&rj xd 7tv{evfji)a 
xal iSod-Tj elq dovXelav xov Qo^odfi (* f. 34^) oxflnxga V' xd avvi] (sic) xatd 
\xd) QTiQ-BVXa fiOL vTcb xatv 6aifi6v(ov, dxi ^g>rjadv fzoi' vno xdq x^'-Q^'-^ ijfiibv 
fxsXXstq xsXevxfjoai.v 

MSS PQ = Rec. B a sectione 7 usque ad finem praebent breviorem et, ut 
mihi videtur, meliorem textum. §7-9 xdyd) ovv P: (ine^ iyd) Q 10 inoiijaa 
. . . avtfjq P: xaTr]pyaGdfX7]V anavxa Q 11 an ifiov post dniari] ponit Q 
I 12 xal Ttalyviov xolq daifxoaiv Q 

MS H =! Rec. A pro § 8 textum interpolatum praebet hunc: xal ^y^atpa 
x^v Stad^xtjv fxov xavx7]V xoTq lovdaioiq xal xaxiXmov xavVTjv airtoiq Elq fivrj- 
fidawov nQoq xEXEvxfjq fiov, ^; StaS-i^xi] (xov (pvXaxx^a&o) naq^ vfxibv [Ijfiwv ms.) 

MSS PQ =^ Rec. B. § 8. 13 dtd yd^ Q 



XXVI, 8 ^ 6ia^xri 75* 

axovoprsg avxrjOd-s xal nQo6Bxr}rs xolq iaxdrocg xal (li} roig 
\3tQ(otoi(;^ tva TEXelcog Evgaxst x^Qtv elg rovg aiSvag' dfci^v. 

ilq (ivOf^Qtov fxsycev xaxa 7tvsv^dtQ)v dxtxS-dpr(ov Sate yviovcci vfiaq [rjfxatv 

ms.) t&v novriQwv Saifiovcov rctg fitjxccvag xal xo>v aylwv {^bv ayiov ms.) 
V&yysXmv xaq Svvdfisig' Srt iviaxvei fieyag xvQiog aa^atb^ d S'sdg xov lapa^il 

xal vnha^Bv in ifiol ndvxa xa Saifiovia, iv (j) i66&^ (xot a(pgaylg SiaO^xrjg 
flixlciviov. xavxa ovv sygccipov cineg scaxeXa^ov fisxd x&v vl&v ioQa^k ^7tv(ev' 
\y.&t)(ov xe 7tv{6V(i)a xd dxad-dgxcov (f. 34^) dvsidtafiaiv itgoafpeQwaiv^ eig xa 
'ayicc XQ)V ayloiv. § 9. iyo) ovv ooXo^Cbv vldg 8a[vsl)6 vlov isaaal ^ey^aypa 

%^v Sta^xijv fiov xal ia<pQdyiaa avx^v {avtiav ms.) rcD daxxvXidlo) xov d-eov. 

xal hcid-avov iv t^ fiaaiXsla fiov xal jtgoaexi&rjv (xsxa xwv n{axi)QO)v fxov 

iv sIq^vtj iv \{eQovaa)Xi}fi. xal inXijgwS-t] 6 vadg xvqiov xov d'eov ov vno 
[^JxSvov avxov Ttoxa/idg [nvQbg ex Dan. VII 10 suppl. James) ^Xxer d itaQBi- 

or^xEiaav fzvQiddsg dyyeXcov xal /(Atarffg ap/ayyeAwv xal x^^ov^lfi inixgd- 
\tflvxa aeQa<plfi xsxQaydxa xal Xsyovxa' aytogj ayiog, Hyiog xvQiog aapaojd- 

xal ehXoyjjxdg si slg xovg alatvag x&v aldivwv dfxiiv. 
§ 10. So^a GOLj 6 d-edg fxov^ xal x{v^i,o)gf 66^a aoi 

GVV r^ VTC(E)gEVx(XEEt) iy) d'{eOXo)x(p xal X(p xifxl(^ 

JtQoSQdfKp xal Tidvxag aylovgt 66^a aot. 
MSS PQ =; Rec. B. 1 dxovovxeg- XaxovxsgV \ e^xv^^^ Q-' f vjfec^f P, 
+ /jioi ditsQ Qva^S) xov axoxovg xal XTJg xoXdaetog xyg nixQag a)? ^fo> nagri- 
xoog (Kurz: na^i^xcoog ms.) Q | nQoakxfixe Q: Tcgoaixsrs P, -F dtpEiXriv xoXg 
)&7tOLg Q I - xal fi^ P : xa fxdXXov ^' Q 2 xeXelcog — Q 



Lectiones novas et emendationes ex ms, N (Sancti Saba) v. in App., infra p. naff. 



A1A0HKH 20AOMS2NT02 
Recensio C 

Prologus I 

I. 'Eyevero [isra to axod-avstv top Aavsld xhv ^aoUaav^ 
5 :^QO(t£v§afCEVov rov vlov avrov olxodo/istv rijv UtcoVj :itQoC6vxo- 
fievov dh avTOv rjXB^ev g)covri leyovaa' ^UoXofiSv vlog Aaveidj 
xvQiog 6 d'sog xmv JtaxsQcov aov avrbq EioaxovCag rrjg jtQocfevx^^ 
dov dedcoxa Oot Jtaaav t7}v Icxvv, xai l6ov sc^ ^Xijtcov otaoav 
xriv 60<plav XsXsvxaCfisvfjv (6g x''^^^^ Evwjriov Cov xal tSv 

lo otpd'aXiicov Oov.i 2. Tavra axovoag xal cdojtsQ vjto rcvog avyTJg 
eXXafig)d'Elg xal efijtvsvoO-Etg r^v diavoiav rjp jtagaxaXmv xal 
6s6fi£Vog. rov d-sov Xiymv oixcog' yd-ss al(6vi£<i^, eg??y, »^£e ajre- 
Qivorjxe, axxi6x6 xal aoQatSj o Jtavxa xxicag xS vsv[iaxl dov 
fiovcp, Ejtids xov dovXov 6ov darjOiv xal diaaatprjCov xtjv xcov 

15 x^^Q^^ ^^"^ EvegyEiav. 3. xai yag oCa EJtoirjCag cv o d-eog, Jtgog 
CvOxaCtv Jtavxcov x<5v rjfiETEQmv Co3fidxa)p ajcolfjOag xal wg)EXsiaVj 
xa XE xaQnoq>QQa xal fi^ xaQJtog)OQa divSga, ^rjgla xe xai Jte- 
xEtva, xal avxov 6ri xov d-Etov aigav ov JtaCa <pv6ig EJcinvm^ 
4. xo (lEytOxov 0£ xolvvp 6v6co7cco ipa 6iavoix&'c5ol fiov ol otpd-aX- 

20 fiol xal ogc5 xrjv a:;coxExgv(i(i£P7jP Co<piav Gov, oxt EvXoyrixog si 
slg xovg alSvag' dfi'^p.<i 5- ravxa xoivvv Ev^afidpov (pmprig 



MSS VW. conspectum titulorum vide infra, p. 99*. 4 xbv {i°)\ — V 
6 avxov: avtbv V | yjwvij: tpo{v^v) V 7 o: — W | elaaxovast V 

9 ?eal h zoXq dtpQ-aXfiotq aov W § 2. 1. 11 iXa/x<pffq ^TivevaS-rji; (— x«Q V 
I Tta^axaXix) V 12 ovxwq — V | aneQiv.: + &ee ^wv V 13 xhv 

tvfxaxt V 14 €7ii6e: ini im V § 3- !■ 16 vfisxi^wv V § 4- 1- 21 aloi- 
vag xojv alwvcov W | § 5. xoivvv: dsvxSQOV V 



Rec. C IX, 8 — 10 axiipaXoq Salf/cuv 'j'j'^ 

fixovcsv XsyovCTiq' y^oXo^wVj ^oXofic5v, xvQiog 6 d-aog Oov sQsV 
>aQ^ai xxi^Biv (lov olxov elg ovofia triq ijtovQavlov fiov 2i(dv,^ 
m 7]Q§ato oixo6ofi£tv r^v JSicov. 



8. Kal ravra sljtcbv Eq>r] fisra xkai^&^fiov' * ^dsofial aov, 
^addsv UolofiSv, Itva (ii^ fis xaraxavayg vno r^g CtpQaytdog, 
xd vjcodxofictl 001 ev oqxw on slg to ovofia tov 'Ovrog 3tQoo- 
figm *oot Jtavza xa dacfiovia xal jtaQadmOa) 6oc tavra v^ro/ef- 
giovg rft' svog sxaCrov 0rjiiBl<x>v xal rSv Svvaxwv xal xd)V 6vva- 
^fivmv xal xmv B^ovcta^ovxcov.^ xal sLjiov sy<X) 2oX6fi^v' ȣt 
xomo Jtoirjasig, I'o^ £Z£v&'SQog.<i g. xal Xiyat fcot' ^lafi^avs 
flp/gjove fisXavovg aysvvrjxovg elg agid-fiov Jt:ocovfi€va>v va, xal 
hsyxs fiot iiaxaiQav xaivrjv xqlxcoXop fisXavoxiQaxoVy xal sx6eL- 
gavxsg xag BQL<povq.<i lo. £lxa JtQodsxa^sv ivaxO-^vat alfiav av- 
d'Qcajtivov xov dsvd-TJvai xa degfiaxa xal eggatpsv avxa ava 6vo 
(pvXXcov xal sQQvrpsv avxa kv xgicpdlw^ xal bvqsv ysygagifisvov 
ivog sxaaxov ovo/ia IdtoxEiQcog ev xoZg deQfxaxioig xal x6 orj- 

MSS VW. 1 Xeyovatjg: + avxdv W, + Tt^dg avzov U 

MSS UVW. TtQdg avxdv ' SoXofiwv . . . i^sl exscr. editores ex MS U 
cf. supra, Introd. p. 20 f. | ^qbI U: f^fi V, e^ft W 

MSS VW. Textus recensionis C cc. I — IX 7 cum recc. A et B supra 
PP- 5*— 37* exMbitur. 4 § 8. TcXav^ov W | * V f. 439^ 5 /Jatr. ^oA.: 

^aaiXsvQ "V 7 TCaQceSiSo V 8 snaaxov avxov V | arnxBLmv: ~\- seal una 
iym aoXofxibv xal V | x{dv) dvvccx{6v) xal x(dv) SvvdfASvov xal t{dv) i^ovaid- 
t,ona V 9 rovq i^ovaid^ovxaq W 10 I'ff?;: Moto V 

MSS TUVW. §9. 1. 10 xal Xeyst fioiYW: Jai/x(ov G<pQayi(jdfiEvoq vno 
2aXvfi(5voq xdde elns ' daLfzovlcov dwd/iecg xal dvof^axa {dvofx. inter lineas sub 
rfatjM. 6vva(x. scr.) hoc modo inc. fragmentum ms. U §§ 9 — 10. 1. 10 — 14 xal 
... 6iQfiaxa: sxeQa ngd^ig x^g avxTjg. d^olo)c naiSLov 7taQ$-ivov xa^aQOV 
xa&i(Sov slg a/xovXov (f. 39b ^) xal ^aov f^exd iXaiov and xriyavLov xoXov slg 
t^v naXdfzrjv xov naidlov, xal X^ys xavxa xd dvo^axa h'(og bnxd <pOQsg ' Nax^t^^ ' 
NaxmeX' Xazfzi^v' ^E^pt-fiv fxsXavoxiQaxo xov devd-yvac xd Si^fiaxay xal fiexd 
TOV 6evd-fjvai xd dsQ^axa Xapatv 6 ^e£Xt,e^ovX • xd va SsQ^axa toe modo inc. 
sectio in Clavicula = ms. T § 9. 1. 11 dyevvrixovg: pr. xal + xal ^Xa^sv ix 
n«vrw)' zBv S-QSfifidxwv avxov V | nooovfjieva>v VW : noaov V 12 xqixwXov 
ego: XQ^xXov Y, xqIxXov vel xqItjXov UW § 10. 1. 14 deva^vai V | xal 

'■— TV I BQQayjEv . . , XQLwdLtp TV: inolrjaa ovxwg xal s^Qvipev airtd iv 
XQLQ)6ia} dvd 6vo (pvXXcovVW \ ^igQarpsv . . . eg^vipev: %Qa\pev . . SQTiypBV T, 
s^riy;sv . . ^dQtjtpev V, sg^iipsv U, egvipsv W 15 XQi(pdl(p: 1. fortasse xqioSq), 
pr. Tu) T I yey^afifteva mss. 10 i?r , . . avxov (3°) p. 78*, i : — T | aij- 
f^etov avxov: aifxddri xov V 



78* xa va' daifxovia Rec. C IX, 10— X, 6 

fieZov avrov xal ttjv evsQyeiav avrov xal xriv dscjcoxslav amo\i 
ovrcoq' 

X. TC,iavq>LEX' * dEC^to^st q(/' Evegyei 6s sig to apayyelXaLi 
xa JtaQ6X7j2A)d'Oxa xal xa sve^xcoxa xal xa fisXXovxa. 2. 0a~ 

5 Qctv * dsOJto^et a' sveQyei 6h elg xb JiXrjQBlv Jtavxa xa d'eX^- 
fiaxa. dvvaxai xal JtvQ dva^t^aC^stv slg xov asga xal vdooQ 
xaxaysiv xal daxEQag vxodsixvvstv, ^, Maxovfiex' * dsdJto^Eid' 
EVEQyEi slg xb ysXav dp&Qcojtovg alki^Xcov. xolei 6e xal XEXQa- 
Jtoda TalElv avd-QOJtlvmg xal dvafpaipEGd'aL xovg dvd'Qcijcovi 

10 dxaq)dXovg. jtotEl 6e xovxovg * yvfivovg jceQiJtaxelv dXla xal • 
xa aXoya xr-^vrj ^XsjtEiv dXX^Xa wg d^rjQia aygia. 4. NajiovQ' * 
dsOjcoC^EC V* dvvaxat ev fita Sga jtagsxEiv xgvciov xal dgyvgiov^ 
6j€£Q diEJtga^ag Jigbg XTJg d:jtavxrig 6ov x^g C,co^g xal xrjg ysv- ' 
vi^CECog fiExgt xoxE, ofiolcog xal oroXag iiij griyvviiEvag, S- Podjtx'] 

15 * dE63t6C^EL V' svEgyEl 6e Elg xb yEvicd'at g)g6vifiov xal vovv 
EiKpvEiv, 6. HagiX' * SeCjioC^ei xe ' svsgyEl 6h slg xb dvd'^oai 
xa Sivdga Jtaga xaigov, fpvvai 6e xal ^oxdvag slg ^rjgbv ^vXov, 



MSS TUVW. 1 dean* avvov: clqx^'^ '^ov V 2 ovzwg UW: tavta 

T, — V 

C. X I. 1. 3 T%iav<pt6X TV: Tt,7fav. UW, pr. a' f, pr. o Tt^mo^ Mx^i 
Svofiav V. In hoc loco et in locis seqnentibus asterisco denotatis mss. habent 
post liomen sive ante nomen signnm {aij/xeTov) daemonis; in hoc loco sigrnim 
ante nomen ponunt UW; in marg. sin. apnd nomina nunieros ab «' ad tcj' scr. V, 
in textu ante nomina numeros ab initio ad finem scr. T \ rfftfji.: + ive^- 
yiaig T | ^fx': ^' T \ ds — V 4 § 2. A secundo ad extremum ante nomen 
scr. o T I in locis XI (§§ 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 18, 29, 45) signum post SeGTtdl^Bi 
ponit T; in locis V (§§ 12, 38. 40, 42, 44) signum post nuraerum imperii [=Se- 
OTtoTEiaq) ponit T 5 ^a: ?/' U | tiXt^qelv UW: nXriQ-^ V, nlriQOvv '^ I 
Ttarra — V 6 dvvatai: pr. peal V | elq :-]- ro) transversis lineis delet. U 

I ava^n^agei, V 7 -Aaxayei UVW | vTtodetxvi^et V § 3. 1. 8 ivsQyel 
6h T \ sig td — T \ dvd-^(b7toic UVW | «U)JAa>v totg av&^dinoig T 1 
xal — T 9 cLva<paiv. T: vcc <palveatai V, gjaiveaS^ai UW | rove cLvd-Q, axe<p. 
ego: ol dv(S-Q(07i)ot dx6<palot mss. 10 *" L f. 40^1 | yvfivovg T: — UVW 

II TOE «/l. HX-^VT} ego: xolq aXdyoig xx^vsaiv mss. | i^XiTisi T | dXX-^Xa 
ego: dXX^XoLg TUW, dXeii^g Y \ (hg: 6 Y § 4. 1. 12 dgyij^iov xal XQV- 
alov T I (A^yv^ < U 13 r. dnavx^q U; t^s dnavx^i W, x^v aTcdvzij V, 
r?/v T 1 T^s ?a)ve xal — T 14 /J^ex^i xdxe d/ioiwg V: — UW, 6fioio)q 
x6xe /^ixQt T \ xal — T § 5. 1. 16 xtvd d^gdvifzov T | ^Qsvifiov V | 
X. vovv ifi<p, — T 16 i^tpvTi UVW | §6. UaQeXxogiov (sine signo) xollor^ 
pro signo scr. T 17 divS^i TCaQd xaiQib V | cpvvai'. (pdvB'^ \ (5^ — '^ 



., Rec. C X, 7 — 18 za va Saiyiovia 79* 

7. *A(S(io66co' dsOjtoC^ei §'' dvvarat sv rw d-igst 3taQB%uv -/lovaq 
m pQ^X^^^j dXXa xal xsgdcia Jtagex^i-v ev xeificovi, 

8. MptrjksT' * 6s6jt6C,€i a'' dvvarac bI xt ddXsi jroi^aat ev 

X0 (liQ^i- "J^^e IlalatOtlvTjg. 9. Aadagax' * dsdJto^sc x . dvvaxai 

fco(^(J«t JtoXifiovg xal JtaQaxa^etg xal vlxag. xal avSQayaMag. 

10.: 'Paa(iex' * 6e6jc6^£t d - ovxog jtQoXijEt xa (liXXovxa xal jtXov- 

rodoxei. 11. T^sQSJtovBg' * 660jc6C,si qv' dvvaxat :n:oi^oai xal 

\ cwxvx^OiV IcxoQiac xal xa eldoXa, dxoveiv 6s xal 0Qvea)v * 

^{o*'ae. 12. Nxagwydv * deCJtoC^si x'' evegyaZ 6e elg xo xad-a- 

fi^tEv6ai otaOav Qvjtaglav xal xovg jtXG)Xovg cog JtXovalovg Jtoi^- 

Iffflf, xal si EOtai avxov, ^aGtXevsu 13. IIsXcov' * 6eox6^Ei a' 

gipEQysl 6h elg xo xagadovvat xddxga xal :^6Xsig xal %a)gag. 

[14. 2ovJtisX' * 6a0J€6C,ec p.' evsgyel 6s slg xo Jtocrjoai sJtavd- 

\ crrjCtv xaxa xov 6s6jc6xov xal Jtaga6ovpac kxigo) rep agxovxi 

£(? TO agxstv xal sXsvd-sgSaat 6e0fiLovg sv xatg <pvXaxalg ofiolwg 

xal alxfiaXoxovg, 15. Ogisvg' * 6B6Jto^£e g/ Jtpsvfidxmv xSv dva- 

xoXixmv 6vvaxai xal avxog ofiocog 60a 6vvavxai ol xdvxeg, 

16. A(ieiimv' * 6sOJt:6^et fieorjfi^givcov Jtvsvfidxa)v Kp ' 6vvaxat 

Kal avTog ofiolog. 

17- EXxC^^v * 6£6jc6c^si ^ogslcov ** jtvsviiaxwv tp' dvvaxai 
xal avxog Ofioimg. i8. IlavSv' * 6a6Jt6^£t xal ovxog xcov Jtvsv- 
fiaxmv xcov d-aXaOdlwv '/' ^vsgysl 6s xal avxog slg avi/xovg 



MSS TUVW. 1 § 7. oGfAodiog T, aofioded) U | iv xm . . . Svvaxai (1. 3): 
— T I na^ixscv, xaxsx < V 2 pps^et V | /f/^ucuvav V 

§ 8. 1. 4 IlaXaiaxlvrjg TU: naXsax. V, naXriax. W § 9 1. 5 ayxQaya- 
^laq V 6 § 10. *^Paaiiet: QaEfxex V, ^aifihx T, + xal avxbq UW | oi)- 
Tog . . . nXovxod,: Svvaxai xov 7t^oXiy£L(v} xa f4$X, x. nXovxodoxstv T | Ttkov- 
rnSmi} VW 7 § 11. xlsQaTtihvsq UW \ xal: — W, 1. fortasse tV«? 

8 cwxiixfoaiv UW I awxeixoatjv BOxoQLe V, avvxvxoaiv rjdoQiai T | xal 
^SacovTiv ^wvag d^vicov Tiexstvaiv T \ Sh — V | * explicit fragmentum ms. U 
r MSS TVW. 9 § 12. IxdQoyav T | ivEQysT dh: SvvaxatT \ xaQisvGat 
naaa T § 13. 1. 12 xdaxQa . . . j^w^ag: xdaxoc x. x^(>«? T 13 § 14. 

signum om. T -| p: fi' T | inavdataai V 14 xqt aQX- ^k — T | 

15 xhq (fwXaxsq W, xffg <pvXaxfjg V 16 § 15. xBv — V | dvavokixatV 

tav nvEVfidxcov T 17 dvvaxai xal tr. V | Svvavxar. 6vvovx(p) T 

18 § 16. tLiiaifi&v V 20 § 17. ^Xx'Qeiv V, iXx^^tv T 1 * V f. 440^ | ^0- 
Q01V V I ** W f. 269V 21 df^oltoq: ovx<og T §§ 18—19. H- 21— p. 80*, 1 
xal ovx(og . . . avxdg — T § 18. 1. 22 ^aXaaacTjv V | xal — Y 



8o* T(X va' daifiovLa R-ec. C X, iS— 30 . 

xal jiXola, 19. BovX' * deOJioC^Ei xal avrbg. nvBviiaxmv r^g 
6v6sa)q (p*' dvvarai xal avroq oiioicoq, 20. Afijrar^ovr' rfg- , 
ajto^et xal avTog a' svaQyal 6s slg jtaOav rsxvrjP xal (laO-TjCtuA 
xal (pQOvriCiv xal yga^^ara, 21. Acxagmd-' * 6sC:xol^u ^^■ 

5 svsQyst 6s sig rovg ajzsQxoiisvovg xal B^SQXofiivovg xal crrjxov- 
rag' jtoisl 6b xal d-rjOavQovg rpavsQod'^vai, 22. Aovjf^x' * 
dE0Ji6C,si ^B* svBQysi 6s slg to axovstv xal xgarsiv xal ytQatrstp^ 
xxiC^Biv xal xakav xal ^Xsjtsiv xal fisxag)BQsiv djto xoJtov sig 
xojtov. 23. ^AjtoX'^v * 6s6Jt6^Bt Q' svsQYSl 6b slg x6 nXovxriOai 

10 xal jtaQB%stv XQVciov xal agyvgov JtoXvv. 24. AaxEQcoQ-' * 6b- 
CJco^Bi d' BVBQysl 6b slg ^aoiXsiag xal JtoXscg xal xaCxga xal 
:?tvQyovg xal xxLa(iaxa, 2$. Adx^t]g)BQ' * 6B<jjr6^Bi j' Evsgysl Blg\ 
jtdvxag xovg ag^ovxag d?/2arf^. xal slg xovg ^aOtXslg, xal 6vvaxai 
xal 00a d-sXsi,. 26. May<6x' * 6Ba:it6^Bt xal avxbg 6' BVBQysl * 

15 6e Big x6 Xiysiv xal jtoislv. 27. Kagd^t' * 6B6Jtol^si, ^^' Ivsgysl 
6b sig JtoXsig xal xdcxga xal olxovg. 28. OvXsog' * 6B6jr6^Bt 
[iiag (pvXrjg, rjxoi a, jtoiBt 6s (isyiCxdvovg xal CxoXag Xa^jtgag. 
xal Jtalyvia xal jraQog)d'aXiilag, xal Jtoisl ovovg xovg av&Qcojcovg 
xal aXXa g^a oia d-sXsig. 29. EqivbX' * 6bCx6c^bc (J* BVBQysl 

20 6b slg TO dvatQBiv av6Qag xs xal yvvatxagj jcoisl 6b fidxag xal 
xagaxctg xal 6xXr}CBtg. 30. TovyiX* * 6b03i6C,sl x' Jtotst 6b dyd- 



MSS TVW. 1 § 19. Tcvevfxaxwv . . . d(xolo)Q: x&v x[^<;) Svasayg 7tv[£v- 
fidt)(ov 6vv<xvT{at) xal avxbq '6aa 6vvavx{m) 01 ndvxeg T | teal pr. 6h W | 
§ 20. 1. 3 (Je — W I X. fidd-fjotv — T 4: X, yQa^iptaxa V: x. rcQayfia T, 

— W % 21. \. h 6b xal ahxoQ T | xovq — T \ x. i^EQ^Of^' — ^ 
§ 22. 1. 7 e' T I ivs^yelv W | 6h xal ambq T | to: tovq T 1 xal[2°) 

— VW 8 X, xaXav . . . ^Xinsiv — W | xakav ego: xaXvkv T, xa^«Ti V 
I ^BxafpBQ£i VW I xoTiov: xdnov VW d § 23. 'AnoXriv V: dnbXriv W, 
dnoia T I q'-. <p' W 10 na^ixsi TW | § 24. dGxnQO)d- W, 6 h'leQOQ 
aaxriQ<jDd- T I xal ovxog dsaTtSt^st V 11 ivsQyEi . . . xdax^a: dvvaxai 61 
scat ^aaiXslav TtSXiv xdaxQi} T | x. nvQyovg — W, nvQyovq T 12 § 25. Xux- 
"CyKpeQ T I J- ^vsQyst ftg — T IB 6riXa6>i: -\- dvvavxat T | x. dvvavtm 
. . . S^sXet V: Svvaxai daa S-iXei T, — W 14 § 26. fxaydz W | xal av- 
xbq — ^ 1 ivBQyel: Svvaxai T | * T f. 40^2 15 Xeyfiv: + ^vegyEiv T 
§27. 1. 16 noXiv xdaxQOiT: \ §28. ovXaxbq T 17 Iqzot: i^xiY, ^TijqT \ 
«' T I ivBQysX Sh noisTv f/eyiaxdvovq T 18 7ta^0(p&. TW: Tia^s^oa (tf, 
f, et o supra lin.) in fine lineae, dq}&aXfiiaq in linea altera scr. V | Ttotftego: 
noietv W, TTtjJv V, ^v T 19 dXia ?Qia ot xal &eX < Y \ B-sXrjq T, 
^fA < W I § 29. ff' T I iveQyetv W 20 xal noisl 6h T 21 /,. 6%- 
Xya. — T I § 30. xovyeX T | dydnaq xal (piXlaq W 



Rec. C X30— /^o ra va' daifxdvia 81* 

■3ta<;j JtoXsig otgog JtoXaig xal avd-Qcojtovg iiBxa avd-QcoJtayv xal 

^ avigctg ^fi*^^ ywaixSv. 31. UataQtiX' * deOjto^st x' (pavsQBt 

WriCav^ovq^ Jtoist dh xal tov XQ<^f^^^ov ad-ecogriroVj jtaQa feijde- 

vog d-scDQoviisvov, Jtagex^i rfe xal ratg yvvai^iv yvm^iag XQrioxag, 

5 32. ^aytaviX' * Sh6:!tot,u g* Bvegysi 6b slg otavta ra d^eZ^fiara 

TOV ^OVXO(16VOV, 

. 33. ^Oiji' * 6sajt6^si J' dvvarac 6e xal avrog 60a dvvavxai 

\ 01 jiavxsg avxbg ftovog. 34. AsvbX' * ds^Jio^Bi 2'" bvbqybT Sb 

slg TO xaQBXBtv xqvoLov xal agyvQiov xal cpsQEi yvvaZxag jtaga 

10 [irjdevog d'Ba)QOVfiEvog. 35, JSagaxiaX' * daajto^sc q'' avsgyaZ 6e 

I siq CBkrjvtaC^ofiBVovg' doxst 6s xal ttjv CBXrjvrjv xaxa^ifia^etv. 

I 36. MvQax^iBl' * 6a6j€6C,Bi p'' evBgysl 6b alg CxgaxBiag xal jto- 

! XtoQxlag xal jzoXbcov aixftaXa)0iag. 37. Savaoviik' * dBCxoC^at 

^ Jt'* EVBgyst 6b Big xo jtoi^6ai xXv6a)vag fieyloxovg xal dvdfiovg 

15 (Sq)o6QOvg. 38. ^AclbX' * J£(J:?roS£i l' svagyEi slg xo g)avBga)d'7]vai 

ra xXsjixofiBva xal xovg xXmxag xal d-fjOavgovg xivag, BJtiyiPco- 

(Sxoiiivovg (iBV elg xojtoVj firj yiva)Oxofiivovg 6e ev Jtoicp (ligBi 

xecvxat xov xojtov, 39. EaOviEX' * 6BCJt6^Bi c'' EVEgyEt 6b Elg 

TO vyiavai jzaoav adB-EVEiav. 40 MBivyix' * 6E(SJc6^Et g'* 6vi^ a- 



MSS TVW. 1 ndXetg ego-, nolag V, noXXag TW | ndXeig (2°) W: 
TCoXaq V, TtoXiv T | avd-Q(onov /uera avS-^WTCov T 2 yvvatxbq {-xoq bis, 

primum compendio, turn in linea altera scr.) T | § 31. Sszagcsl: as in fine 
lineae, exaQLsX in linea altera scr. V | <paVBQBt . . , d-scoQOVfievov (1. 4): exscr. 
Gaulminius in notis ad Psellum, de oper. daem, (Migne, PG 122, col. 829, n. 25) 
(pavsQBi: ifjL<palvEL Gaulmin. 3 TtaQca: V7td Gaulmin. | ovdsvdg T 4 de 
— T 5 § 32 xccl ive^ysL {§v. ex dvva^ai corr.) slq T 

§ 53- 1- 7 dvvat&L . , . fi6voq: seal od^v (f. 41 '^^) 6 Svvaiai ol Ttdvteq 
avxdq fiovoq ^vs^ysTf et ad marg. sup. in nied. col. scr. Xa' T ( xal dvvaxai 
akbq daa dvv. ^ dl?] (1. at dXot) avxbq fxovoq rov V 7 § 34. AbveI V: 

6 to)}v^A T, vbveX W I a' VW: ff' T 9 aQy. x. XQ'^<J- T | x, (po^si T: 
X. (peQVBi V, (pGQBL 6s xal W 10 fiTidsv.'. f-udsv < V § 35. 1. 11 aeXti- 
via}^.: hlXrjvixa nd&T] T 12 § 36. ^t^ar^^eA Wi fjLVQaxdX T, + o dalfiwv 
xal avxoq (ante signum) W | )j'* ^ T | slq: el V \ axQaxsiaq: doxQanaq T 
I xal TioXscDv: tr. W 13 § 37. aavaoviiX T 14 ^?t': t, xal x' V ] 

xX-^dmvaq: q ex v corr. W | fisylaxovq T; (xsyiGX < V, fieydXovq W 15 post 
ffyod^oug signum scr. V; post spatium purum parvulum relictum scr. * signum 
W; turn ivEQyet ds (— V) xal avxbq d(JLolo}q add. VW | § 38. i'' — T , 
xal hsgysl T 16 imytv. . . . /^^ — T 17 fiBv. 6s Y | ^v . . . xoitov. 
iv Ttoio) xoTto) xelvxai W 18 xstxat V | § 39. daxdXT \ ^vsgysl: 6<ps- 
Xsl V 19 vyisvs V | § 40 (xsivysx W, fxrjtfyk V, /ncvyox T 
UNT. 9: McCown. ' 6* 



82* T« va' Sai^ovia Rec. C X, 40—53 

rat o(psiQ xal dQaxovrag jtoiTJGat. 41. 'Evo6ag' * 6s6jt6^Bi i?f, 
dvvarai * sig xov aiqav JtvQ avayetv xal aQfiara efig)avmg xa- , 
raxavcai, 42. 'Aravtavovg' * dsOjtoC^Ec a' dvvaxai dovvat jrSfi 
Cap Tsxvriv xal yvSoiv xal g)Q6p7]<5iv xolg avd-QfDjcoig, \ 

5 43. MvQayxovg' * JfOjro^ei ^' " dvvarac xQaxBlv. xov ^Xio%, 

xov fifj q)aiv£0d'ai. 44. IIox^sxtEg' * 6sajt6C,si 0'' dvvaxai stoirp] 
6at dv&Qcojtovg xal g<5a ai^eAi^-err eZe xov aigav. 45. 'Avbx' * 
(yetfjro^ei ^'' yvtoQl^st 6e oXag xag Jtsxgag xal rovg /iaQyagov^ 
Jtoiet xal xa aXla fisxaXla. 46. naXxaq)0}rB' * dsdm^Bi V '*'; 

10 jioiBi yvcoQi^Biv navxa xa ^orava xal Jtov exaCxov kvBQyBi xaj' 
cogpfAe?. 47. ^ci::;r«()arg?y2* * 6B6:!t6^BL v'' Jtoisi yvwgl^Biv Tfl , 
oQVBa jtavxa xal jtov sxaCxov bvsqyei. 48, TagasvQ' * Jeajrogei g'' 
JTOffii rfe yvoQL^Eiv xa divdga xal Jtov ExaCtov hvEQyEl, 49. Na^EX\'' 
* (j£(J^o££f //'■ jtotEc dh yvosgl^Bc xa xExgdjtoda jtavxa xal jto^s 

15 ExaGxov (Dg)sXBL 50. 2axa^X' * d£(Jjro£ff e'' IvagyEt Big xovf^ 
xgoxodBtXovg xal jtagsxEt * rovTOV? £^e vjtoxay^v, 51. Najca-^ 
Xatxov' * de(J:7ro££i £'" d^^arai Jtocrjoai xrjv ruiigav vvxxav xat 
xfjv vvxxav '^(iBQav. 52. Maxaxdx' * dfOjrogai £'' EvegyBi dh ffg"" 
TO jtXr]^vpai xa Jtolfivia xal rovg htjcovg. \ 

20 53. 'Eya> 6s kv djcoxgxxpcp d-sfiEvog xojtcp xaxaXiftJtavo) rotg^' 

XEXvotg fiov ogxq) xagadovg -D-eov Sa^awd- aylov ovofiaxog rov\\ 



MSS TVW. 1 § 41. =^ L f. 41^2 2 degav VW: ap« T | dvdyeivi 

VW: dvayayf^ T 3 § 42. 'Azavtccvovq: dvxivaoq T, + xal avvdg Wl 

4: Tsxvriv: -\- dovvat T | rovg dv&Qoynovq T I 

§ 43. 1. 5 ^LQayxovQ W, fivgaxog T | ;ca2 dvvaxai T 6 rov W'.l 

— TV I § 44. noz'C,£XLoq T 7 drfA^frv T: — VW | aeQa T, ut semper^ 
§ 45. 1. 8 dvvaxai yvw^i^eiv ZXaq T | nexQaq: -^ noieZ T | xovq — W 
9 Ttotet ~ T I § 46. ^raAra^JcJrf T | i' T | * V f. 440^ 10 yvoQfyi^ 

I Ttdvxa — T I ivEQysXv T | w(pB).BX xal ive^y. V | x. a)q}EX. — T 

II § 47. aaQaxiiX T | noieX . ■ . Tcdvxa: ive^yel 6e yvwQl^Ei nav dgveov T 
I yvOQElt^ec V 12 S^vea super ^oxava, quod linea expunxit, scr. pr. man. 
W I ndvxa — W | ivsQyeZ xal d}(psXet W | § 48- ta^aiq V, — T 
13 TCoiEiv T I dh — W I yvo}QLt,ei T, yvov < (1. yvibvai) V, -h 7t(ivra T 
I ivB^yBi: d<pBiX{£lv) T [ § 49. va^dl T 14 (Je — W | n^Oift de . . . w^e- 
Aer — T I yvoiQiC^et W, yva>v < V 16 § 50. xaaa^X T | ^f W | hsQ- 
yBi dl T 16 jiaQ^x^ivT \ * Tf. 41^1 | § 51. vafinaXatxov T 17 ,E W 
I noirjaai xaxd (pavxaolav T 18 § 52. fxaxxaxdx W, yiaxaxdx V 1 f'V: 
/ W, — T 19 ^Innovq: + xal ^soxriv ovxcoqj ^aaiXav GoXofx&v V, + T^- 
Xoq T; explicit sectio haec Claviculae codT T Tcod. Harl. f. 41 ^*) 



|ec. C X, 53— XI, 6 'OvooxeXov 83* 

frjxirt Tivl fieradovvai xovxo to fisya xal d^elop fivCtrjQtoVj 
iX)! EV aO<pal£l xariysiv xojccp cog d^fjCaviQov d6ajcdv7]rov 

Iavra * rolg xolXolq ad-ewQfjra xal aJtoxQv<pa 6ia rovg q)Qtx~ 
ovq aJc£%€OQLCa OQxovq. 
XL ^EQwrrjd-Biq 6b 6 BssX^b^ovX, og 'Evx^iavtpilX xaXsltai 
ag s[iov, si eOrtv xal d^-^Xea daiftovia, xov 6s iprjCavrog slvac, 
'£ovX6iifjv I6stp, 2, xal djtsXd-cop 6 roiovrog ^psyxsv sfijtgood'dv 
Qv T^v ^OvooxsXovv xaXovfisvTjv (ioQg)riv exovaav :n:sQixaXXri xal 
h(ia yvvaixog sv'/^Qcotov, xri^fiag 61 ^fiiovov, 3. sXd^ovCrjg 6e 
ur^e sg)7]v avTTjV Xsymv ^6v xigsL\% ^ 6s sg)f] fioc ^syw ^Ovooxe- 
pu xaXoviiai^ jtvsvfia <isOa)fiaxojtoir]fiEVOP. qx^Xsvo 6s sjtl xrjg 
;%■ (SotriXaiov oixS svO^a xqvcLov xstxai. 4. sx<x} 6s jtoXvjtolxc- 
lov xQOJtov 3ioxh fihv dvd-QmJtovg jtviyco (Dg 61 dyxovrjgj jtoxs 
Si mo xfjg q)voso}g ^Jtisyxovcop^ CxoXid^o) avxovg. * 5. jtXsiaxd 
aoi ohcijxriQta' JtoXXaxig 6e xal Ovyylpofiai xolq dpd^Qoijtoeg cog 
yvvatxdp [is sipai, jcqo 6s xwv aXXcop xovg fisXiXQovg, ovrot 
jaQ xal ovpaCxQoi fiov eioip' xal yccQ to daxgo fiov ovxoi Xdd-ga 
kal g}ap£Qcog 3tQo<Sxvpov0LP.« 6. sjiriQcoTrjCa 6b avxrjv sy(D ^oXo~ 
umv* T>uc6d'SP ysppaGat;^ ?J 6s s<pri' ^dxo <pa)p^g ffrjQaa^Es Ijtjtt- 
yqg XQr}(iaTtX7]gA 

MSS VW. § 53. 2 dcipaXia mss. 3 * W f . 170^ | g)Qixtovg V: TtoXovg W 

C. XL MSS T° (==« T)VW. inc. narratio acephala de Onoskelou in cod. 

Harl. 5596 f. 7^1 (=T°, vel T). 6 iitriQtaxrioa 6h iyo) xbv ^BeXQeXovl W | 

3? . . . ^iiov'. d xal rtfCav^ihX T | iXrt,iavg}rjhX V, ivxQav<pieX W 6 ft 

- T I BCxiv W: 'iaxi T, elai V | d^^Xsia W, ^XiaY \ xov: xovxov T | 

Ts: + fxot W I elvaL T: ^f W, i^vai ^^ V 7 § ■^. 6 xotovxoq W: Zxt 

moq Y, oxL ovxog T | MfjLTtQoaxsv fxov W, ^sfX7C()oats fiov V, ^01 ( — ^sfxnQ.) T 

i xaXovfievrjj ^sxovaa V | Mxovaiv rtsQixalrjv W | nsQLxaX^ V, TtSQiTtsQ- 

taX^T 9 xv^fjiag: f^vtjfiog T | ^fxiovog T | § 3. rfe — T 10 Xiycov: 

iiye fioi T | xlq si av T | fxoi — T | dvoaxeXslg V 11 asocofia- 

:o)7Cot7ifievov W, aecfcofiaxomjeifxivw V, aeaofiaxoifievoi T | <p(jiXivo)v W | 

Sfe — W 12 aiffiXaiov oixib: iv oitriXaim T § 4- !■ 13 Sg 6c ayx- — T 

14 and: vnd T | i7H.eyx6va)v': i7ti6vyx6vQ)v W, in'c eyxiovo) V, iul eyxdvcov T; 

. imeyxovwVj vel inieyxoivajv {= inl -\- ^v -\- /wvai, pro /cuvvv/^t)? | 

^XoXi&lo) W, axcoXialo) V | * T f. 7^2 | § 5. TtXecaxa Maxat fxfj olx, V 

tX.(xoL6h£axaioix,Y 16 //a: ^^ T | ngb: 7t(»(ig TW | xovg fA.sXixQOvg 

W: T. iisXaxQ^ovg T, 1. toXg fisXixe^tg 17 ya^{i°)-- + f^ov V | xal 

lis cm. T I xd yoLQ Rcxqo T | ^oxqov W | Xad-. TtQoax. ovxoi ( — x. <pav.) T 

18 TLQoax. XaS-. x. ivaQyicog W | § 6. iQ(bxr}aa T 19 yevdad-ai W, ysvaax •< 

^ I ycpi^: SLTCEv Tj -\- f^7] (1. fioi) V 1 ^eigoa^es V, ^riQ<p^ee T, ^rjQaa^EiX 

^ I luTi.: + xal T 

6** 



84* naXrihX Tt^afiaX Rec. C XI, 7— XII, 3.,^ 

7. Kal xarsxXsiOa avrrjv vjtoxdrcod'sv TsddaQcov Xid^wv (is-? 
yaXcop, rj ds e^otjosv* ȣge2e fis, egeXs fie, xal kvsyocm dot T(ja-i' 
:itB^av fcera (piaXov ocat xvXexog, TJvtiva Xa^cbv EJccxQOvaaq (letd^^^ 
Ifiaad^Xfjq utavxa jiQoGtpiQBt aoi ra vjtorErayfiEva ^Qcoxa zdHf 

5 :;ror«.« 8. xal xsXEvCag dxd^rjvai avrfjVy ?]VEyx£ fioc TQd:n:eC,av^ 
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xal stlaxog JtrjxSv xsCCaQcoVj sxovaa xal ep xolg xigadiv fivQfirj-'} 
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xal Evd-Ecog Jtagaoxag e^t} [lor ^UoXofiwv, via Aaveld, xi h- 

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fiaig dprjyyEiXafiep aJtdoag, 2. opxcpa jtgoCxdcOEig, xo xeXevo- 
fiEPOP ExxX7jg£ip jcgod-vfioxara, xal dsofied^d Cov tpa (if^ idciuq 

20 ^fzag djc£X&£tP eig JtiXayog dxccvig,^ 

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TV I andaaq ex aTtdatjg corr. V | § 2. ovriva ego : %vxt W, ^vvTjvav V 
etriva T | nQoatdaasiq: -h ixTtXt^Qot W 19 xal — T 20 dTtsXd-slv — ^ 

§ 3. 1. 21 <pt]aiv T; (p^aaq VW | t. te^veorcav: vtxQOiv T 



\Rec. C XII, 3— XIII, I naXxteX Tt,a^dX 8.5* 

^'ixal eqxovrjCBV g)a)Vfjv fieyaZrjv Xiycov* ^sariv, sCrcv, fia rov 
^^'IcivQov &a6p xal ^Svra, xal rj^£tq yccQ oitjCiv nsQifpsgoiiBVOt 
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"■ ov 3tQ06£Xjiivafisv. 4. Xiyco 6d 601 ravra, co ffaOcXsv, d'sog (i6- 
^voq slg eOTiv, og rgia vfiPO/LoyEtrai Jtagcx, rmv tpootscv^v ayyi- 
%t<QV^ avTog ovr(X)g as rj^ag JtagidcoxEV, i^fietg de olx£iox£LQa)g 
f{xa 6v6(iaTa rjficov jtaQsdcoxa^sv xal ejtsra^afisv xal ralg cq)Qayi- 
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^"^'eavrbv rjfisQag iQstg xal eJtixaXsiTai r^ a(pfi rrjg xatQog %vav 
}hfiH0V ov algsTrai ag^ovra, sxjtXrjQol to xsksvofisvov avtov, xal 
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^''Tote SwSexa* (xedop dh o(ptg xal Xvga, larbg xal agxog, xal 
'"'' VMQ rov rvfinavov xvXtx^ cpoga xal avmd-ev rovrov ra ygdfc- 
"' fiat a ravra' ZABAR^HC, xal avrixa vjtoraCOofisd-a rS xsxrrj- 
'" ^ev(p xal axovrsg. 
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^egSfte^'CC VW Z £t,o<pa)d-fjfiEV . . . itQOXEQOV exscr. Gaulminius in notis ad 

Psellum, de oper. daem. (Migne, FG 122, 827, n. 19) | * L f. 7^2 | ^^ V: 
dq W, — T 4 ovx ixklvafjCEV W § 4. 1. 5 85: a>e T 6 airtog: ov- 
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XBiQct T I iTtEta^. xal V: iyQaipa(j.Ev dfxoioyg xal T, — W 8 ofiolcog: 

fjfi&v T I post ^fi(bv punct magn. argent, rubricumque ponit T, et posteaquam 
sequuntur quae verba infra ad 1. 15 adducuntur §§ 5 — 6. 11. 8 — 16 xal 

Sffri? . . . ravxa — T 

MSS VW. § 5. 1. 12 xS> XEXX. ego: x&v xexrrjfxivcDV W, xdv xsxxrj/xi- 
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I ivyxEyXv/ifi{£va}g) W 14 latdg W: slaxdg V, 1. fortasse olaxdg \ 

VTtEQl VW 

MSS T. 16 ZABAR2;HC (rubric.) VW: xavxa 61 d<plXriv (1. dfpellEt) 

faax&l^siv iTtdvo) aov, hxi ydg (pvXa^ gov ZABAPZHS T | explicit frag- 

mentum MS T 

MSS VW. 16 vnoxaaa6fx{Eva) W 17 dxajvxsg W 
C. XIII. 1. 18 xovxo W I TiQoa. aot, TCQoaExxeoarjv V 



S6^ ^ icaiv^ diad^xn Rec. C XIII, i-8 

jtoXXol (liXXovCiv C,f]Tsiv to toiovtov (leya fivcti^Qtov tva vjto- 
raCOcofisd-a vjt avrSv, xal si dxov0£ig 7]fiSp EQovfisv.^ xal 
sIjcov" ^XiySj dxoCxaxa xal dnax^mv,^ 2. o de eg?^' »(yv ^caJ 
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5 jtactv xal ag)£XeOTEQOig, jcolrjaov 6s ruilv CTjfistov o:ita}g fisxa xb 
ajtod'avBtv (J£ E^exEia xw ^aatXsi jtoii^CEcg Exegav dtad'^XTjv xm 
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/lEVOig. 3. ovdEtg yag an dgyjig fiEXQi^ T^e CfjftEQov ^fiag e6ov- 

10 X<6aaxo, xal 117} JtaQaxa>Qi6'^g rj^iag d-vrjxocg awfiaOip xeiO-agxEii^i 
4. o yag Ei^EXEiagj a> fiaaiXsv, JtoXXa fiEV xal JtaxgoJtagddoxa 
xaxaxavCEc xal dXXa jtoXXa fiav a^aviGst ^t^Xla^ xal x^v oixov- 
fiivTjV dxrjgl^Ei xal xa jtsgixxa StaxotpEt. 

5. ^Eyo) 6e JSoXofiSv dxovOag siJtov avxov ^k^ogxl^o) Ca Big 

15 xov d-govov xov d-Eov x6 dcdXsvxov xal Elg xo ogvEOv xb Jtsgt- 
jtsxofiEVOV ETtdvo) xTjg xE^aX^g avxov iva fis Eijf^g ev jtolcp dy- 
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xalg E^rjg yEvealg s^oftsv arjfietov x^g ^aCiXslag Oov xal vjto- 
dEi^Ofisv xovxo 'E^Exsla xw ^aOtXEt ojta)g dstx^^ xal JtXaxvvd'^ 
slg T/jV olxovfiavr]v rjv dwCofisv avxq) dia&rjxrjp xaivrjp. 8. xal 

25 xavxrjv, ev xi dXri&tvwg xa ovofiaxa ^(icov Exagd^afXEv, xaxaxav- 
CEi dvEv Evbg fiovov ijxig g}vXax^^(i£Tai xal ev x^ jigocdoxov- 



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W: (Js V I naxQonaQaS. ego: 7tai6on[aTQb)g W, nB6on[axQb)g V 12 aXXa W; 
aXov V 

§ 5. 1. 14 avxov VW: 1. avxcp 15 xai . . . «urov V: — W 16 ^f 
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xeg: pr. ^ (1. o\) V 20 ov fi6v(og) VW: 1. aol (xovip cum vnoxaaa.'i 
§ 7 1. 22 €^o)fZEV VW 23 TiXaxiO^ V 24 aM W, avx < V 



Rec. C XIII, 8—15 ^ xaiv^ SiaS'i^XTj S^* 

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: fiii&v dod-eioa rq> E^sxsia bv oXw t^ ocoOfiro jtaQadod^riOerat 
\ ml <»e /WfiV" ^f x£i[iT^Xtov jcaga xolq 0oq)oiq g)vXax^7Ja£Tac, 

^vriva cog Jtalyviov xal ajtdtfjv exdcioofisv ev rw xoOficp, 
5 10. Tavxa axovCag syco 2oXo[i^v k6si^d-7jv rov d-sov xal 

ehop' »^££ JtariQ(ov, ASmval fidyccg, 6 rrjv Oog)Lav rep dovko) 
i GOV xaQt6aii£Vogj djtoxdXvtpov fiot rl dst Jtoi^Cat.^ 11. xal rjXd'Sv 

!g)(ov^ XiyovOa' ^2oXofiSp, 2oXoficop, saCov yQafifidriov rS 'E^e- 
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lalygatpa' »r^ 'E^sxEia rw fidXXopri ^aOtX£V SoXoficop fiadtXBvg, 
vlog Aaveid, c^icrBiXd 6ot tads, Xd^B ex rov IlaXrikX TC,afiaX 
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20 iSQolv olxBiacg xov vyiaipBtp oXdOcofiaxop xal axgavfidxiCzop 
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25 ;coi;(;f jtaXdfCfjp, xovxo xal sjtidoval fioi- 

15. <S(Je £yco ^oXoficop, £lg 6b xo B^^g d-Bog ioxvgog^ 'Fipi- 
crog Ha^add-' dfirip. 



MSS VW. § 8. 1. 1 dia7tXati6sl{a£Tai) V 4 TJvriva ego: ^v rivhg VW 
5 § 10. idEil&-7j V 6 sinov W: vnac (1. e'cTte) V § 12. 1. 11 itaXnh W, 
nazihX V 13 ka'lviotq ego: X^avkq V, Xsavsg W 14 B-eXTjaTjiev) W, 

^■iXeia'isv V 

§ 13- 1- 16 td elyievl V | SXd aib^axov V § 14, 1. 19 syQaxpev V 

20 vy'iiFJv 6X6 a&fxarov V | drgafidnaTov nXovxwv V 21 iaaai addo | 

V f. 441 V I fxl^yriv T. UaX.: 1. fortasse ixov^ iv T^ IlaXaiavlv^'^ 22 dyqay 

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Xovaa VW 25 xovzo . . . ^01 — W | inidovai ego: inidovaav V 

§ 15. 1. 26 'Side W: Sq dh Y \ dq 6'k W: xal elq V 



HEPI TOY 20A0M2NT02 

I. 2oXo(imv vlog Aavald ayivezo sx r^g xov Ovglov yvvat- 
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5 ravag scg t7]V xagdlav avrov SQcora ajtid^vftlag, afiolxavaav avr^v, 
2. xal ov fiovov TO rrig (ioixatag agyov slgydaato^ alia xal 
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ayajtrjxog xov d-aov, o fisyag JtQoq}T^X7jg, 6 IxXexxog xov &aov, 6 
fiayiarog xolg jcaCiv, 6 xrjg tpaXficodlag xalltDJCiCiiog^ 6 x^g 7ta- 

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ajtoOxaXslg jtaga xov Aavsl6 alg xov jtoXsfxov, xal xax^alg /3ov- 
X7]0ai avxov xal d-sZrjcai alg x6 sfiJtgocdsv xov jtoXi^ov ojtwg 

15 xaxaXritpd-alg fiovog xal fifj a^cov xbv ^orjO^ovvxa g)ovavd^^. ojteg 
671 xal yayovav. 

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^aCiXaa xbv Jtgo(prjxriv xal 6l6a^ov avxbv xov fZT] jtoi^aai * xa 

20 a&aOfia agya xov 2axavaA 5- a^aXd^Av 6a o Nd&av ajcsiCt 
Jtgog xbv AavsW xal avafiJto6lad"rj jtagd xov BaXlag. avga yag 
o 6id^oXog avd-gojtov a<S(pay^avov yvfivbv xal agag avxbv ed-rj- 
xav av XXI 06^ xov Nad^av. 6. I6<hv 6s xbv vaxgbv avd-gmjtov 
6 Ndd'av k^ovXi^B^fj d-arpai avxov xal av xq> d-djrxatv aJtXrigcoCBV 

25 Aaval6 xa ad-ao/ia agya xov 2axava. xal ajciyvovg xovxo 

MS D =^ codex 132 Monasterii Sancti Dionysii in Monte Atho (v. supra 
p. 7); incipit f. 367^ 

10 6 fxey. ^eondvw^, x^q . . . oriy.HO<p6QO<; hoc ordine exscriptis, postea 
super 6 f^eyaXwv. littera ^, et super tfJQ littera a scripta ordinem ut in textu 
indicavit scriptor 19 * f. 367^ 



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TovTov 6b XTjv 0o<piav efig)aiva)v 6 xvgiog bv xotg BvayyeXiotg 

sXeyEv, oxi T>ov6e 60<piav * JJoXo/iwvxog vxprjXoxigav oifiai xcov 

aXXa)Vj<i xavxrjv xgivag Sajteg 6^xa xal r]v. 

4 avzbv in avtw corr. prim. man. false § 10. 1. 13 * f. 3^^^ 

§ 12. 1. 21 ilTjlaxdg ms. § 13. 31 ao<pla ms. 32 * f. 368^^ 

§ 12. 11. 2Gf. Gen. XLIX 10 — § 13. 11. 32f. Mt XII 42; Lk. XI 31 



90* d TtaZq xal SolofiBv MS D II, i— n 

II. Tavrxi r^ Gotpla d-aggi^aag 6 d^avfiaCiog 2oXoficov s^ov< 
Xrid-fj avaysiQai olxov xvQlcp xq> d-s^ Jt£Qixa?,Xrj xal XQsirmi 
jtavrmv rmp dpad-Tjfiarcov rcop sjcl rr^q yrjq, kyivsxo 6b xal 
avriydgsTO 6 ohcoq xvglov zov d-sov d-sXi^aai xal 6og)la xal drj- 
5 fiiovgyia d-sov 6ia rov aog)ov 2oXofiwvrog xal TTJg zovzov 3tQod"v- 
filaq. avriystQe xoivvv (iEta fiBydlrjg evjtQsjtslag top roiovxov 
vaop avxoq xs xal oi jtal&sg avxov. 2. 'edx^ 6s spa djto xmv 
utaidcop avxov Jto^sipoxaxov Jtaga Jtdpxag, xa ydg Oixla xal raq 
xgog)ag xal xa Ifidxia em x6 dtJtXovp jtagsixsp avx^. rjv H 

lo 6 xoiovxog 3talg dfidr^g x^ oipei xal x6 ngoGcojtop dxaZXcojciatoi, 
xal sXvjtEixo ^kejcwp avxop ovxmg sxopxa 6 2oJio/iwp. 3. sp^ 
(iia 61 xwp ^fisgwp tprjOi JtQog avxop' ^jccog ovxcog drjdrig £X^t($i 
xi 6E x(5p jtagopxcop XvjteZ; firj 6v Xafiffdpsig xa Jtavxa 6tjcia 
jtag sfiov;^ 4. xal 6 Jtaig q>riGL 3tQog xop ^aGiXia' ^xa fisp Oirta, 

1 5 SiiS^oxa ^aCiXev, djtsg fioi jtagaxBig Jtdvra xaxavaXloxo), ovx 
€vq>galp£i 6e ajto xovxmp ov6sp, xaxaXafi^apei ydg eJi kfis 6ta 
x'^g vvxxbg datfioptop Jtoprjgop xal dxdd^agxop xal vJtojtid^ei xal I 
sxd'U^u xo dxgop xov 6axxvXov giov, xal djtegyd^exai * xtjv 
oipip [lov xoiavxTjv oiav ogag drj67J xal Cxvd-gcojtriP,^ 

20 5. ^Axovaag 6h xo grjfia xovxo 6 UoXoficop sjiolrjCsp vjthg 

xovxov BPxev^iP xal :7t:agdxXr]6iP Jtgbg xvgiop xop d'sop, 6. xal 
dnaCxdXrj Jtgog avxop MixafjX 6 dgxdyysXog fisxd 6q}gayt6og 
XccXxov 6axxvXlov, xal 6i6a)xa xf]v xoiavxrjv ag)gayi6a jtgog xov 
^oXoficopxa, 7. xal g)rj6r ȣjtl6og xw xat6l xtjp xoiavxTjp 6(pga~ 

25 yida xal xaxaxaxm xavxfjv ip x^ xXlv^ avxov, xal oTtoxap aXd-^ 
:^gog avxop 6 Sid^oXog, xgovadxo) xovxop fiaxd x^g 6(pgayl6og 
£jtl xo Oxrjd-og^ xal drjCag dyayixm xovxop Jtgog ci' (laXXaig yag 
vjtoxd^ai xap 6aifiopiop fiax avxov xal x^g C(pgayl6og xov d'aov, 
xal oixo6o(ifj<Sat xop olxop xov d^sov (laxd xov jtXrjd-ovg xAp 6at- 

30 /i6pa)P 6VV xolg dpd-gwjtotg.^ 8, Xa^cbp 6a 6 2oXo/iwp xrjv 
C<pgayl6a xal avxagiOxi^Cag xw dyicp d-a^, djtrjXd^av dn avxov 
dyyaXog, 9. xdi JigooxaXeodfiapog xop jtalSa 6a6a)xa xtjp Cq>ga- 
ylda^ 10. aPayyaiXag xo ptgooxaxd-hp j^agd xov dyyiXov. 11. Xa- 
pcqp 6a 6 Jtalg xrjv Cg)gayt6a xov d-aoVj ac^cagag yavofiivrjg avs- 



C, II. 1. 2 olxov ms. I pegslzzovcc Is 4 avrjysig. Kurz; avay^ nis.. 

§ 4. 1. 18 * f. 369^ 10 oxvd-QWTCi^v ms.j axrj7iT(h7iijv Is 



MS D n, ri— in, 8 SoXofioiv xal xa Saifjiovta gi"^ 

^cU^fj sig Tfjv xoiTfjv avTov, xal xara to dd'iOfievov naQayiyove 
jtQog avtov 6 6td^oXog, 12. xal dd-goov 6 Ttatg Jtalsi top sxd-gbv 
^axa rrjg xagdlag /isrd r^e rov ^sov c^gayldoq. * 13. de 
mtavag eksstvy t^ tpmv^ e^otjCbv' ^ol(ioi, oifioi, jtSg xatadov- 
kov(iai ^aCiXsl JSo2,ofiSvTi;^ xal drjcag rovxov eiCfiYayB Jtgog 
tov ^aOiXia Solo^mvxa^ 

III. Eald'BaoaiiEVog avxov g)7j6i' ^eIjib ri^tv, Tcovrjgov Jtvevfta 

xal dxad-agrov, rig scrip 7} xl^alg cov xal tig Cov ?J egyaoia.^ 

xal did^oXog eg)^ '^^ ^aOtlsV i>'Ogpiag xaXovfiai. ^ 6e kgyacla 

fiov slg jiapra e:n:iTrj6sia.^ 2. xal Xiyst o ^aOtXevg' ^rlg o xax- 

aQf^v x^v Svpafilv cov dyyeXog;^ xal o did^oXog* ^vjto xov 

Ifisydlov dgxayyeXov Mixa^X xaragyovfiai avxog xe xal rj ifirj 

ivvaficg.^ 3. xal o ^aciXsvg (prjor ^dvpaoat Jtoi^dac xi elg top 

vabv xvglov xal slg xtjp olxodofiijp avxov XQV^^f^^^j^ ^^^ o 6id- 

f§oXog' ^dvpafcat fisxd xrjg 6g)gayz6og xavxrjg suttCvpd^at jtap Sat- 

(lovtop siutgood-EP cov xal vjtoxd^ac x^ Cm d'sX^fiaxi xal olxo- 

f6ofi^Cat, xal aPsysgsZg fiaxd xrjg dovlsiag xal vjtoxayTJg §xelva)p 

rov vaop xvglov jtapxoxgdxogogA 4. xavxa dxovoag 6 SoXo- 

(imv EvxaglcxrjCSs xvgi<p xw d-stp xal JtgoExgsrps xop ^Ogpiap 

Saifiova [isxd xrjg <sg}gayl6og xcd xov Jtatdiov djtsXd-Elv xal sjtt- 

^evva^ae JtaP datfiopiop. 5- ^<^l djc^Xd^op xal EjtiCvprjyayop xdpxa 

xdi sic^yop xavxa slg * xop ^aCiXsa ^oXofiSpxa. afia 6e to 

zXrjCidcai xavxa slg xop fiaOiXsa JtgoGsxvpovp avx<p. 6. xal 

rjQWTa EP sxaCTOP 6 ^aCiXEvg xc3P 6ai(i6pG)p x6 xs opofia xal 

!5 XTpj Igyaciap xal vjco Jtoiov xcop dyimp dyysXvop xaxagyslxai. 
xai wfioXoyovp x7]p xs sgyaciap avxov xal xijp xXrjaip xal xop 
xaxagyovpxa dyysXop. J. EJtsxgs^tE 6s avxd agyd^sad-ac slg xijp 
rov vaov otxodofii^p. xal sprigysi ep sxacxop xfjp dovXsiap slg 
^v 6fj xal Exdx^V ^ccQd xov 6og)Ov 2oXofiSpxog. 8. xal ovxa}g 

P ^v Idsip d-avfca i^aloiop dpdgag (lExd JtXfjd-ovg 6at(i6pa)p d'sXr^CEt 
xVQtovavoixodofcovPxagxal ixjtXrjgovpxag xop paop xvglov sIqtjpi- 
x^g fisxd Jtdcrjg EjtiiisXElag xe xal Cjtov6iqg^ ftrj xoXfiwpxmp xSp 



§ 12. 1. 2 dd-goov ras.: dd^^ocov Is 3 * f . 369^ 

C. in I. 1. 10 imriideia Is: imxiiSaLoq ms. § 2. 1. 12 ^ — Is | e 

in voce ^jtt^ primum omissum postea supra ^ scr. ms. 13 § 3. dvvaas ms. 

§ 5- 1. 22 * f. 370** 23 nXrjaitxoac Is; nXtjaiaaai ms., 1. 7i),rjataa^at^ 



92* V ^^oyvcoaiq twv daifiovcov MS D III, 8— IV, 8 

6ai(i6v(X)V iifjde to rvxov oxavdaXLcat 7] ddiz^aai rovg dvd'Qco- 
jtovq* 

IV. 'Ajto 6s rmv avdgcov zwv sxoptov axQi^rj EUdrjCtv cig 
rfjv rov vaov oixo6ofi7jv tjkd^sv elg sig g)iXov6txiav xal sqiv fiexa 
5 rov vlov avTOVj xal eftaxovro dlXriXoic d^v^ov jtviovrsg dkX^- 
Xovg diaoxaga^ai ffovXofievoi. 2. oXoq de rov d^vftov 6 Jtarm 
yeyovcog d^trjXd^s Jtgog toi? paCtkia ^oXoftmvra (iBta daxQvmv 
xal odvQfiSv ksycov avrS' ^diostora ^aOiXev' i] d^avatcp rov 
Efibv xaradixaaov * Jtal6a wg evv^QlcavTa jtagavofiwg eig kjie 

^° rov Tcariga, rj aaq)wg lo^i cog ovdsjtors xiv^am rrjv x^^Q^ ftov 
sig rrjv rov vaov olxodofiTjVA 3. dxovcov 6h xavxa o ffaCiXsvg 
xal ^ovXsvofisvogj rjXd'S xal 6 vlog ixslvov jrgog top ^aotXm 
xavxa ayxaXmv. xal Xiycov rw nargL 4. diaXoyt^Ofievog 6e Jtsgt^ 
xovxov 6 paOiXevg xal diajtogcov xi aga djtoxgtvoixo, 6xgag)sig 

^5 fiXijtsi rov 'Ogvlav 6ai[iova agyaC^ofisvov xal fistdtwvxa' xal Xeyei 
jtgog rovg xgivofzsvovg' ^djiSaxtjXE fiixgbv dot ifiovA 5. xal djto- 
6ravxa)v xov Ogvlav (israxaXstxai xal g}7]6i Jtgog avrov' ^tl 
ysXag, co ^Ogvia; rr]v ^aCiXeiav fiov xarayaXag, 7] rrjv xglotv fioVj 
i] rov vaov xvgLov\<i. 6. xal o 'Ogvlag Jtgbg rov ^aCiXia XiyBi' 

20 jfdicjtoxa ^aCtXsv' 6o<pcorare xal dixaiorars 2^oXofiwv' ovxs xtjv 
^a6iXelav oov xaxsyeXaCa^ ovxs Tr]v xgiotv aov, ovxs xov vaov 
xvgiovj dXXa rovrovg rovg a&Xiovg rovg xgivofisvovg, rov 6v0xr]- 
vov Xsyo) ysgovxa xal xov rovxov vlov, ov (irj yag jtagsX^coCt 
rgslg ^fisgat xal rb rdXog diadi^srai rbv vbova 7. xai 6 ^aci- 

25 Xsvg Jtgog rbv ^Ogvlav Xiyst' ^dxeXd-e xal kgyd^ov fisra dJtovdrjg 
xal sigrjvrjg xal vjcorayrjg slg rbv vabv xvgtov d-sov jtavroxgd- 
rogogA xal djtTJXd-sv ajtb rov ronov sxelvov 'Ogvlag xal * 
sigydC^sro. 8. fisrsxaXsOaro 6s o ^aOiXsvg rovg 6vo xgivofievovg 
xal g)7]ai Jtgog avrovg' ^djtsXd-ars xal sgyd^scd'e rb sgyov vficiv 

30 dxgi' Jtsvrs -^fisgag, xal fiera ravra jtoii^COfiai djtog)aCtv xal rs- 
Xog rrig xglascog i5//c5v.« jtgo6iraB,s 6s 6 ^aCtXsvg 6iogtoaCd^ai rrjv 
rjlisgav xad^ rjv sXeys xavxa. 



C. IV I. 1. 4 elq supplevi: riq conj. Is 6 § :£. oXoq Is: ZXwq ms. 

9 * f. 370^ § 6. 1. 22 dvOTTjvov: Svarvvov ms., dvaxvxov Is errore 

24 Siadi^srai conj. Is: Siccds^ovraL ms. § 7. 1. 25 .TtQdq supplevi 

27 ' f. 371^ 



MS D IV, 9 — 1 6 ^ Ti^oyvwaig xS>v Saifiovojv 93 



* 



9. UaQsXd'OvGwv ovv rmv Jtevrs rjfisQ^v, rjXO^ev 6 yigmv 
jtQog "^^^ ^aOtXia xar7jg)7ig xal OJtvd'QOJtog xal daxgva Jtgo tSv 
ofiiidtov dg)etg <p7]0r ^rid-vrixev o kfiog vlog, rid-vrixsv, xal ovx 
hi iy??? avTOV* sfis 6h aJtsXiJtEv sv jcevd'si ffaQvrdvw xal odvv^ 

Imgilag xal aqtoQ^rw 6T6vay(iS* ovx en yag ^Xaipa) avtov ovx 
hi TO Jtgocwjcov exelvov d-saCoiiai. xarexgv^r] yag ev xojtcp 

I a^Byyu, sv ry Oxoretv^, m r^ ^og)sga.« 10. exjtXayslg ovv ravra 
o^aCilsvg g)rj0t' ^xoiav rjiiigav rsd^vrjxev;^ xal cpfjOi 6 ysgoV 

I ifista xgitrjv ruiigav djted-avsv d<p orov 3tgoq to 6ov xgdxoq 

10 riXd'a(isv,<i II. xal Xeysc 6 ^aOiXsvg' ^aJtald-e sv slg^vi;], 6 yega)v, 
xvQiog de o d-sog o jrarrjg rrjg jtagaxXrj^eog xal jtagajivMa rtSv 
H0o(iepa)V jtagaxaXicai oov ttjv xagdlav elg to firjxETi Xv- 
micd-ai. f£V7j0d-r]rc yag on o Cog vlog avd-ga>jrog tjp^ jtag 6e 

I avd'Qmjtog d-vrjtog rjv. * firj xoivvv Xvxov, ov yag dvvCBtg ovdev 

15 mv ^ovXeCatA xavxa axovoag ysgwv aTcijX^EV dvaipvx^slg xrjv 

f xagdlav, 

12. Kal fisxaxaXsodfievog xov Ogvlav g)rjoiv' ȣ^jre ^ftZi' JtSg 
EMyivciOxEig xov d-avaxov xov avd-gcoJtov, Jtveviia dxdd'agxov 
OVA i^. '^0 ds^Ogvlag Xeyet' ^i^fiEig, dsajtoxa, hx xov ovgavov 

^IgQifriliBv xdxo), xal ayyaXoi d'sov ovxeg xal q)cog jt egixelfievoi, 
vvv dalfiovBg xal dxad-agxa jtVEVfiaxa xal oxoxog, (6g ogag, 
eyevofiEd'a, xai XEixovgyol ^eov xvy%dvovxEg. vvv aov d-egd^ov- 
XEQ, xai vjtovgyoi, O'eov xEXsvovzog, yeysvrjiiEd'a. 14. xdrm xoivvv 
e| ovgavov jtsoovxeg xal slg adrjv gig}svTsg deivSg, jtdXiv dvsgxo- 

25 (isd-a elg x6 xaxo xov ovgavov JceraXov^ xal xdg xtnv dyyi7.a>v 
Ojidiag axovofiev, xal fig avrSv (lavd-dvofiEv xov xov dvd-gcoJtov 
d-avaxov jrgo XECCagdxovxa TjfiEgmv^ 15. xal axovdavTsg xovxg)v 
E:ti[isXoviied'a xal ayojvtC^ofisd-a Iva xov xov dvd-goiJtov d-dvaxov 
^ 6ta Jtvgbg rj 6t vdaxog 7} 6ta xgrjfivov oixovofi'^Ow/zsv, ojtcpg 

3° la^a}iiiv xiva eg gvtou fisgtda, 16. xal ev xS ^^ e^fi^i^ '^fiag 
^aoiv avajtavdsog ev xq> JcexdXcp xov ovgavov jciJtxofcev oOJteg 
^vXXa aTto xSv devdgwv, xal doxovfiev xotg dvd^gwjcotg a)g 



§ 9. 1. 2 anvd-QmnoQ ms: axvxg. Is, corr. Kurz 4 ett ms.; ioxi Is, 

corr. Kurz | id^q conj. Is: I601.C, ms. § 10. 1. 9 «^' Zxov Is: a<p6- 

TOv ms. § II. 1. 14 '^ f. 371^ § 15. !• 28 xov\ supra lineam adscr. 

prim. man. 



94* ^^ nvEVfitx xb iv ^AQapl(} MS D IV, i6— VI,4 

aarsQsg %vv6[ievoi, * ha do^a^cofieda Jtaga rSv avd-QmjtmvA 
17. xal o ffadcXavg' ^xal ol xvvo^bvol dczEQEg, xai doxovvteq 
aOTEQsg, ovx alctv ovrsg daregsg;^ xal 6 'Ogvlag' ^ov](l, ^aadev' 
ol yccQ Tov ovQavov daxsQEg dd^dvarol slat xal eaTfjQiyfiivoc xaP 
5 ov xtvovvxai,^ 18. xal dxovCag ravxa 6 ^aatXevg djtsXv^e xhv 
Ogviav eig egyov avrov EQyd^aad-ai, 

V. Sdxo6o{i£lxo 6e o vaog' xal Jtdvxsg ol ^aotlEig x^g y^q 
xal ol aQxovxEg xcov xifil(DV xal ffaalXiOda Nozov rj cog)7j Si- 
^vXla xal avxYj 7]?.^s ^Eaaaad^ai top vaov xvgiov^ xal £iaiq)SQm 

10 xal avxT} Eig r^v oixo6oftf]v xov vaov ^vZa JtokvxEl^ mi 
d^LoXoya. 

VI. Axe0x£lXb 6e 6 ^aaiZsvg 'Agdffwv EJticxoX^v :n;gbg xov^ 
^aOtXsa ^oXofimvxa xal disXd/i^avEv ovxcog* ^^aacXsv 2oXo[i<^v,l 
Xalgocg. ytvwcxixa) 7} fiaCiXsla cov 6x1 sig xrjv ^fiwv XQ5(>av ; 

^5 olxel yaXEJcov daifiovcov dvvaxov, xal xaxa xgeig '^(ligag dvEyalQei,\ 
avEfiop Icxvgov, xal hxgt^ot oixlag xal dsvdga xal ^ovvovg xctil 
avd'gcojtovg djcoXXvOi, QiJtxmv xovxovg Eig xgrjfivovg xal Eig vdrng^^ 
xal eig Jtvg. 2. el ovv ^ovXei xb Cov xgdxog^ djtoOxetXov xal 
E^aXsitpov xal e^qXod-gsvoov^xovxov * ajro x^g xoiavxfjg x^Q^i'^ 

20 el ovv xovxo jtotTjCEi ri fiaCiXsla Oov, ElOEVEyxofiEV Eig xijv xov 
vaov oixo6opi^v xdXavra ;f()V(Jtou xal dgyvglov xal x<^^^ov Exa- 

xbv eIxoOI JtEVXE,^ 

3. ^Avayvovg ovv xr^v EJtiCxoXrjv o ^aCiXevg EVEXElXaxo x^ 
Jtat6agi(p xS Ibxovxl xtjv 6(pQayl6a xax^Oxa xaxaXa^Elv xgog av- 

25 xov xal sXd^ovxog g)7]6lv oxi' ^xdxtCxa ajtEXd-e eig xov xmv 
'Agd^ayv ^aaiXia, xal Xd^e fiExd 6ov xrjv 6g)Qayt6a xal xdfiTjXov 
fxiav xrjv xaxlcxrjv xal dcxov xaivov. 4. xal Ssi^dxa) Coi xov 
xoMOV Evd'a JtvEl xo Jtov9]Qov JtVEVfia* xal xavaXapcbv xov xoxov 
EXBiVov Ejrl&Eg xov aCxov dvscpyfiEvov E^ovxa xb 6x6(ia avxov 

30 Jtgbgx^ ox^ xov g)a)XEOv, xal jtagax-^gai xfjv rj^igav ep i] B^igx^^ 



§ 16. 1. 1 * f. 374^ 

C. V. 1. 7 iilxodofiELTO ego : olxodo^-^xo ms, , -fieXzo Is 8 ai^vXXa ms., 
(Sf) Is, 1. Sl^vXXa'i 

C. VI I. 1. 16 ^xQi^oc Is. ixQtr,et ms. 18 § 2. ^ovXei: 1. ^ovXetai'i 

19 * f. 374^ 20 slaevsyKOfiev Is: €laeviyxa)fiev ms. § 3. 1. 26 
^(ov ms. 27 § 4. aot ego: oe ms. 28 ^xovxa ego; %xov ms. 



MS D VI, 4 — 14 zo nvEVfia tb iv 'A^a^ia 95* 

tac TO JtovtjQOV jtVEVfca, S- ^ctl orav 16'^q top aoxov jtZfjOd-dpra 
Sbt^v avsfiov, a<Sq)aXtCai fiera zov daxrvXlov to atofia avTov 
xov aCocoVj xal ijtl&sg avTOP alg ttjp xdfirjXop xal xaTaXa^e 
xaii(X)<; 3tQ0(; riiiaq.<i 

p- 6, Kai djcTJXd-e to jcatddgiop xal sjcoirjOe JcaPTa xaTcc zfjp 
d-Elr}(Stv Tov fiaOiXicog I^oXoficaVTog. 7. sjtapa6TQBg)OPTog 6s av- 
xov Xsyec to daifiopiop' y>avot^6v fioc, <d xatdioVj xal ejcidsl^o) 
aot roJtop hv w xsxQvjcTai jtQaOivog Xid-og xal to xqvcLop to 
xlfitovA TO 6s jrai6ioP Isyer ^ajtsX-d-wfisv jcqcotov Jtgog tov 
^aCdsa, xal ftera ravta avrov xsXsvovtog Jtoi7]OOftsp*<i 8. co^ 6h 
itijv odoprjpvdap xal top tojiov xataka^ov sv <p rjp, utecthp sx r^g xa- 
^rilov jtQoCsxvvsL apco xal xaTco qjSQOfispog top ^oXofiwPTa, 9, 
dl ^aOiXsvg q)rjCf ^zlg si xal Tig oov to opofia;^ 6 6e g)7]6i' 
Itiaifioviop siftc, Eg)i3tJtag xaXovfiEvog.<^ 10, xal Xsysi avTtp ' 
^idvvaoai Jtot^cfal fioi Ti XQV^^f^ov;^ xal 6 'Eg)ljtJtag' ^6vvafiat 
agai tov Xld-op top dxQoyG)vtatop op aJis6oxlfia(fav avd-Qo^jcoi 
XE Tcal 6al(iop8g xal d^slvat tovtov slg xetpaXrjv yovlag.^ 11, xal 
^a6iXsvg jtQOETQSips top Eq)inxav jtovr^Cai tavta, xal ejtoifjOe 
Tovro oQcoPTa)p Jtaptcop tov ts ^aOiXscog xal tcop JtSQisCTrjxoTOP 
avigSv, 12. ^ixd-afi^og 6s ysvofispog ffaCiXsvg t^qsto to ^Etpijt- 
Jtav si ytpcoCxoi xal stSQOV Jtvsvfia ofiocov avTw, xal Xsysi o 
E(pljt:xag' -^eati, ^aCcXsv, xqu eteqop jtvavfia * ep t^ ^EqvO-qu 
d'uXaoO'^ xa&^fispop xal s^ov sv savTO) top JtoQg)VQovp xLovaA 
13. ocai XsysL 6 ^aGiXsvg' -^ajtsXd-s (isTa trjg 6<pQayl6og xal ay ays 
not avTOP m6sA djiaXd-wp 6s o E(pijtJtag fiSTct r^g og)Qayl6og 
xal avaCnaCag avtov rjyaysp avTov ts xal 6alfiovag 6vo ^adtd- 
Cfivtag tov xlopa xal q>sQOVTag tovtop slg top dsga. 14. I6a)v 
rfe ravTa 6 §a6iXsvg xal exd-afi^og yspofisvog exsXsvasv avTotg ^a~ 
CmC^Siv TOV xlopa xal xgsftacfd'at slg top asga fisxQc trjg cvvts- 
Xsiag tov alwvog xal fir] gly^at tovtop sxl TTjg ytjg jiots, fii^Jt:a)g 
Xvfii^v Tm Twp dvd-Q(6jta>v jtQO^svi^caxfc ysvst. 



h 



§6. 1. 6 * f. 373^ § 7. 1. 7 STiidel^co Is; inedsl^o} ms. § 8. 1. 12 n^oa- 
Bxwsi ego; TtQOOPxvvT] ms., tcqogshvvti as Is § 9. 1. 14 'EtpiTtnag Is: d(p^ 

i'JiTcaq ms. § II. 1. 18 novtjGai: noifjaai Is § 12. 1. 21 yivibaxoi ego: 

yi'V^axeit; ms. 22 * f. 373^ 23 'excov ms. 



96* :S:aiiaiil • MS D VII, i-VIII, 2 

VII, JlaXtv ovv 6 ^aCtXevq Ttghq xov Ogviav Xiyw ^laxi: 
ocal STSQOP 6ai/i6vtov;<i xal 6 ^Dgviaq Isysr -^sldl fihv jtoXXij © , 
paCiXsv, vJtaQxsi rfe a^ro rovrwp 8p fiEyiCTTjp xsxrrjfispov rrjv. 
6vpafiiP.<i 2. ^jtoiop dh Tot5ro,« g)7]Clp 6 ^acfiXsvg, ^xal rtpa (le-u 

5 ylarrjP bxbl ttjp Svpa^ip xa\ ri xovxcp xo opofia;^ ^0 ^Ogvlaq 
Xdyst' ^2afiar]X x6 opoiia, m ^aCiXeVy ccqxcop 6s xov xcop Jat- 
fiopcop vjcaQXsi 6v6x^fiaxog' xal 0vfig}EQOP (Sot vjtaQXBt, w ^adv- 
XeVj xov ftT] Idslp avxop,^' 3. xal 6 ^aOtXsvg' ^firjdBP Cot * JtEQi^ 
xovxo fieXaxco, JtoprjQOP xal axad'aQxop Jtpsvfia , dXXa Xa^mv 

10 xfjp 6<pQayl6a ayayi fioi avxop (d6e xaxa xaxoqA Xa^cQP 6e 
^Ogplag xf]p <Sq)Qayi6a xov d-eov ajiriXd-e xo xov ^aOtXicog JiX^gm- 
COOP d^eX7]fia. 4. o dh ^oXofiSp sJtl d-Qovov xad-^fiepog fjp xm 
x^g ^aCiXEtaq xExoOfirjfiepog Oxififiaxl xe xal diadi^fiaxL xal xov 
'Ogptap /i£xa xov ^afiar^X ixdexofiEpog, cxtjjcxqop te xo ^aacXi- 

^5 xop dpcc x^^Q^ eLx^p. 5- EX&opxayp dh xov xe 2Jafiar]X xal xov\ 
^Ogpia jcQog xov ^aaiXea, ipr]olv 6 ^aCiXEvg jtQog xop I^afia^k^^ 
^xlg £t, xal xl Oov xo opofia]<^ Si g)rj0r ^UafiarjX XExXruiat' 
cLQXcov 6e xov xSp daifiopoop v:n:aQX<x) 6v6T7jiiaxog. 6. xal 
^aCiXevg* ^dvpaoat JtoirjOal fiE Ti;« Se g)'r]6i'^ 6vpay,ai e[i- 

20 g)v6^0ai cot xal dnayayElv 6e sig xo eOxccxop xrjg y7]g,<i xal 
afia xS Xoycp EP£g)V6rjC6P avxop xal djtrjyayEP sig xa B6xaxa 
XTJg yrjg. 

VIIL AiEg)7jfil^Bxo 6e tj g)^firj xov ^aCiXimg Big . napxa xh. 
jtBQaxa x^g yrjg, xal jtQ06xvP0VPXEg rjCap avxw Jtapxsg ol ^aoi- 

25 XBig xfjg y^g xal ol agxopxEg, xal x^Q^yovvxsg Big xfjP xov 
vaov olxo6o(i7}v. 2. xq) 6b xaigtp EXEiPcp ^ EQQrjxoQBvCs to 
aOfia XCOP dcffcaxtBP, xal EXsyEP ovxo^g' ^sxxTjcaiirjp ^aCcXeiav' 
BXXfjCdfirjp a6oPxag xal a6ov6ag,<s- xal xaxaXiB^ag xa xapxa xi- 
Xog BJtdyEi' sra uiapxa 6b ^axaioxTjg giaxacox'^xwp' xa jtdvxa 



§ 3. 1. 8 * f. 372^ § 6. 1. 22 In hoc loco add. c. VIII 4 James 

forte c. VIII I post 2 — 7 ponendum 

C. VIIL § 2. 1. 26 iscBLVt^ in marg. inf. scr. man. prim. | =" f. 372^ 

§ 2. 27 cf. Ec. 2 : 7 ixvrjcdfiTjv SovXovg seal 7i(XL6i6xag, 2 : 8 ^Tiolrjad fiOL 
aSovtaq xal adovaag 29 Ec. i •.2; i2:8f. 



MS D VIII 2—7 IIs^l tov SoXofi&vzog 97* 

(iaTac6tr]g,<i 3, 'sXsye 6s xal rovro' ^jzavxcov rcop ygafifcdrcov 
aQX^f- ^^ X- 4- ^v^oxia dTd'Sov duCcod^i] JSoXoiiwv sig ra avtov 

u^aCiXua, 5- ^^^ cpxodofistro o Jtdvoexrog vaog rov d-eov, <pxo- 
SoUBlto 6s Jtdpta xara fil(ir]<Siv r^g dvara^smg, 6. vjt^QXOV ra 

hiegov^l(i xal xa (i»Qag>)fi xal ra s^ajcrsgovya' ojticd'sv 6s rov 
^6iaCrrjQiov ra JtoXvofifcara xal ol B'QOvol xal at xvgtorrjrsg, 
7, aQQf]rov 6s to xdXXog rov roiovrov vaov xal dvsQfi^vsvroVj 

I xal toiovrov olov ovrs iysvsro ovrs yevrjosrai. 

5. 11. 3—4 obeodofisiTO ms. (bis) § 7. 1, 7 xdXXoq Is: xdXXovq ms. 



UNT. 9; McCown. 7* 



CONSPECTUS TITULORUM 

Tituli Codicum Manu Scriptorum Recensionum A, B, et C 
Titulus Codicum MSS PQ 

Aca&'rjxrj SoXoficovrog vtov Aaveid, og effaolZevCsv sv ^qov- 
5 Cakfjfi xal EXQatfjOsv xal vjcsta^Ev xavxmv asgiwv, ejctyelcop, xal 
xarax^ovicov Jtvsvfiarcov 6i cop xal jtavra rcc sgya rov vaov ra 
vjtSQ^aXXovxa jtsjtoirjxBV' xal rivsg ai e^ovalai avtcop xara dv 
d-QcoJtooVy xal Jtaga Jtolwp ayyiXdiP ovxot ol SalfiovEg xarag- 
yovpvai. rov 0og)ov 2oXoftwptog. 

to Titulus Codicis MS I 

{Atad-rixri t(ov» Uoloficoptog viov Aaveld, oq e^aclXsvOEV h 

^lBQ0v6al7}iij xal jieqI tmv datftopcop ovg EXQavrjCEj xal rlpsg eI- 

oIp al i^ovclai dod^ElOat avr<p vjtb d^eov xara rmp datjiovoyp xal 

jtaga xLpcqp dyyilmp xaxaqyovprai ol dalfiopEgf xal ra egya rov 

15 vaov a vxBQ^aXloprax; :itEJtoli]xsp, 

Titulus Codicis MS H 

AtriyriCiq szeqI rrjq 6ia^^X7]g JJoXoficopxog xal J€BqI x^g iXev- 
OEwg xSp 6aifi6pa}P xal :^eqI xrjg xov vaov olxo6ofi^g. 



MSS PQ. Du C(angius in Noiae ad Zonorae Annalia, p. 83), Fab(ricius, 
Cod, Psmdtpigr. Vet, Test. I 1036 sq.) 4 JtaS-i^xi] P: ^ di^ytjaiq Q | ^Q' 

tbg Q 5 — 6 navvojv . . . nvevfi. om. Q | iniyelcDV om. DuC. 7 al om. Q 
I avd-Q. pr. XQ)V Q 8 ovTOi PQ: e"toi DuC, avtol conj. Fab | xaTag- 
yovvxai P: xaraQX^'^vxai DuC, xaxaQyaC^ovxai Q 9 xov o. SoL P'. om. Q 
DuC Fab I Hie sequitur ben'edictio, cf. infra p. 99* 1. i s. 

MS I. 1. 11 AiaO-rixri xov: in marg. sup. negligenter exaratis litteris scr. 
man. alt. diaS-T^xfj x 14 ol : el ms. | Sequitur benedictio 

MS H. 1. 17 Sequitur benedictio, cf, infra 



Tituli Codicum et Subscriptio QQ* 

Benedictio Codicum MSS HIPQ 
EvXoytjtog el, xvQie 6 Beogj 6 6ovg T<p SoXofi^vri rrjv e^ov- 
oiav ravT7]V, col So^a xal XQaxog elg rovg atSvag' dfirjv. 

Titulus Codicum MSS VW 
Aiad-^xf] rov Corpcoratov Sokoficovrog fisra tcop j€aQa2.X7J?,cop 
avT^g 6po(iaza)V ariva wg fivdri^Qia vJto rov ^E^sxiov fisra to 
anod'avBiv rov Aavsld rov ^aCiXiav B(pvXayd'ri6av, 

Subscriptio Codicis MS V 
TsXog Trjg diad-^xrjg rov Oo^cordrov SoXo^rnv'^rog vlov Aa^id, 
meg igyatpri (isrd ro ^ ajtod-avslv Aa{^l)d rov ^aCtXiav 6g ^Bq)v- 
iaxd'Tj VJto 'E^axlov rov ^aCiXdcag, Hygaq)!] jtaQ^ ifiov ^Ta){avvov) 
hxQov rov aQo{?)' ev bzec j^Biid-' ^(Ivdixriovog) 6' ev fiTjvl As- 
xE{(i)PQi(p id\ '^xal 6 d-Eog eon ^led-^ rfficov xal ovdelg xad-^ ^(icov. 



MSS HIPQ. 1. 2 ft om. H | xvQie om. HQ | 6 &s6g om. IQ | r. 
i^ova* tavT.: roiavzrjv i^ovaiav PQ 3 aol . . . a/ii^v PQ: om. I 

MSS VW. 1. 5 TiaQaXX.: add. nvov (1. Tcvsv^aroiv) V 6 aziva oiq W: 
EtQ? (1. S a)e) V 1 (MVffT.: add. i<pvXdx&V ^ ^ aitod'avov W | rdv om. V 
iifvkdxB-rjaav om. V | InTcivaxi MS V scr. man. alt. titulum hunc: ^ Siad^xt] 
rov aoXofioiVToq tcsqI T{ovg) dalfiovag n&q inlaa[nv) avzovq seal sictiasv x^v 

ayi{av) aL{6v). 

MS V. 11. 9 — 13 Numeri superiores ad lineas textus referunt. Ts}.og . . . 
ago in notis Tironianis scriptum est 9 Aa^ld: Sa^rjS- ms. 10 dne^ 1. 

^nsQ I dg: 1. fj 12 Aexsf^^.: dexevQlo) ms. 



SIGILLA ANULI SALOMONIS 

PQ H 6b yXvq)ri r^g a<pQayl6og rov daxrvkidiov xJjg jcEiiq>d^El- 
0£ig iarlr jt6vraXg)a ctvrrj, 

Li H dh ctpQayig xavra iXeyBv' l6ov avxrj eOtIp ^ 0g)Qaylg\ 
S X d- Q O^JfDpxawawsXlycolagywaas'dQovQT 

HL Hv 6e 7] 'ykvg)lg avrov'^ Xsywv ovrog' x{vqc)s 6 d-Eog ^ficovl 
Xicov Xicov* Oa^acod-' ^iwvix' dcoa' eXcoi' alam' aid' Iwaai' oov- 
yscoa' ais' asvlov ov ovplov tjqco, 

T IleQi xov daxxvXidiov Aa^thv xtjqop JtaQd-spop, JcolrjCov 
lo daxxvXlSiov dcjtsQ ogag g}OQstp kp x<p 6e^iw Oov 6axxvX(p r^g 
XELQog Cov, jt£Qi£v6v0ag avxw ^aQxiop JiaQd'ipop £JtlyQag)E jtav 
fiBza xopdvXiov xrjg xiyrptig xavxa xa i^' opofiaxa' Xicop' Ca^acid-' 
^imPLct' eXcoL' dmd' lad' laCov' aovcEwd' aEPlov' ov* ovviov' 
lov* Iqco. 

15 V^. Tov ^oXofiSpTog fiEydXov X&X&l \ ji x{vql)b 6 d^{Eo)g 

'^fi\cov' Xecop' 6a^a\cod'* alaS* ^toprj\xa' oasXoX' ta)a\6s' OovyEm' 
a\aiE' ae' viovg)v\ovpri' ia7ja\a). 

MSS PQ = Rec. B. 11. 2—3. 1. 3 in mss. pentalpha non est 

MS L. 11. 4 — 5. 1. 4 ravta: uvta ms. | avv?] iatlv: ovvrj elalv ms. 

MSS HI. 11. 6—8. 1. 6 avTOV His: avrrj I | '^ H f. 2^ | Xiymv. 
)JyovTOq{^) Diels, 1. fortasse Xeyovaa 7 )Ja)v: om. H, Xfymv Is | post 

oapaibd- scripta 6.0)0.' iXwl' ataco' iXBl' transversis lineis delevit I | ^lo- 
vise H I dwa I: a' a>* a* H | alaw I: iaco H, add. i?,(o'r I | aim om. H 
8 dca H, ays I \ ov: om. I | ovvlov: ovQaviov Is | ^Qa H 

MS T. 11. 9-14 vide IntroducHonem p. 19 s. 10 8()(ae) ms. | fd- 

porg ms. 

MS V^. 11. 15 — 17 vide Iniroductiomm p. 24 s. 



Sigilla Anuli Salomonis 



lOI^ 



Rec. C. Hv 6b ?J EJicygag)?} zrjg aq)Qayi6og rov daxtvliov 

avtr]' * xcA adcoxsv rS SoXofiSpti' avrai sl6iv at ivdsxa 

fCfQaytdai ag sSwxsp 6 ayysXog fist a rcov dcodexa Xld-cov eg cov 
fl Ilia C(pQayT6a sxei rSv xaQiOfiaxcov to fieysd'og. 




Sigilla Salomonis ex ms. L. 



MSS VW. 11. 1 — 2 'Hv . , . SoXo/X(5vTi 2 avrrj : xavttjq avxrj ^ a<pQa' 
y(rrfa) xov SaxrvXridlov V | hie, sequuntur duodecim sigilla | * V f . 437^, 
W f. 267^ I SoXofiwvti rdv vldv dad V 

MSS VV8W. 11. 2—4 ccvxai . . . fiiys&oq 3 fxsxa . . . Xld-cov: xov 

ooXofi&vta Vf, add. xdv xcc itQoxla bx(ov xov i^' hd' <.. Mera (rfe) xo Xa- 
^[etv) x(^v) a ag)Qay'i^6{av% idoS'ioav xal avxai tal evdeiea V ] i^ (hv VW: 
^1 ov Vs 4 a<pQay, om. V^ | x&v . . fisy,: xb xaQia^ <. xal xfjv x^^ttJ <i 
xal ip' Xsid- < fie (1. fisx') avT{ibv) Va 



AIHTHSIS nEPI TOY HPO^HTOY KAI 
20*2TAT0Y TOY BA2IAE22 20A0M2NT02 

L Ac^yrjacg jtsgl rov aog)cordtov ^aaiXewq UoXoficovrog otoXv 
<Dy)iXtfioq, o:itov fjrop vtog rov jtQog)^Tov Javsld rov fiaCdEmqA^ 
5 xal axovaare JtSg top syipvfjasv top 2oXofimp(Ta} dm rov 
OvQia rrjp yvpaZxa xr^p ojtolap ttjp eUep 6 3tQoq)fixriq Aaveid:}; 
2. aypaprevopxsq sldsp avrr^p djzo ra jcagad-vQia rov jtaXaxiov^ 
xov xal xr]v i^ydji^Oep xal eotsiksp xal xrjp BJtfJQsp xal sjceobv 
fiax avr^g, xal £yya<5xQ(6^rj xal £ysvPf]6BP avrop xov <Sog>(6ta- 
lo TOP JSokoiiSp(xa}. 3- xal oxt fiovop jcSg sxafisp xijv (loixslav 
dlXa xal xov xaXaijtOQOP xop apdga xt}q sCteiXsp xal xov Eg)6- 

VEVCSP. 

4. Kal Idcop 6 /leyaXodvpafiog d^eog x6 xaxop ojrov EStoirjCsv 
o Aaveld xal d-iXopxag va xov yvQlc^ slg EJti6TQ6g>7]v xcu bIq fis- 

15 Tapoiav ipa (irjv xoXaCd-^ ala)vla)g, eCxeiXsp xop dgxdyyEXov av- 
rov MixatjX ^a6xcoprag Big rag x^^Q^^ avrov ^pa (laxcilQi diOro- 
fiop, 5. xal BJCfjyBV elg rop xQog}i^rr}p Ndd-ap xal BbtEV amdv* 
^vjcaya sXeyxop rop jtQog)i^xf]v JavBid xop ^aCtXiav slg * x^v 
fisydXfjp dfiaQtlap ojcov ExafiBV. xal eCv fitjp g)0^aCai xijcoxsg 

20 on £y<o d'iXco CXEXBCd-ai Big xovg pofiovg omOco (ih xovxo xo 
dlarofiop 6JtaQ\ xo ^Byvfipa)fiBVOP. xal idv NdO'av d-iXEig lis 
^XixBip xal 6 /!lavBl6 6ep d-sXsi [ib ^Xejcbip ovdl noaAg, 

6, Kal ovxcog kyeg&Blg 6 Nad-ap xaxa top Xoyov rov dgx- 
ayyiXov xal ajt^yBP aig xov Jtgo^^xtjp Aavald xal aXBy^BV avxov 

2$ xai xov ^Bysp Jtaga^oXixSg' ^fiaCtXia xal xgog)^X7j AavEid, av- 
d^gcojtog bIxsp BVVBP^xovra hvpia jtgo^arlpBg, xal bIx^v xai iva 
SovXoVj xal 6 6ovX6g rov kxBtvog bIxsp fiovop filap otgo^arivav, 

MS E = codex Monasterii Sancti Saba 290; inc. f. 177 \ Ad, c.I cf. D 
I i—ii. Tit.: add. X6y{og) ^ C. I § i 1. 3 noXXl 18 ^Xe^ov \ * f. 178^ 
20 oTexsaze 24 he^ov 26 ^aaiXeav 26 iveav 



E 1,6—11, 2 Ji^ytjaiq Jte^l xov Soyofiiuvtog IO3* 

xal i^^lBv6ev rov xal tov r^v sjt^qsv xal sig rb reXog IcxeiXev 

xai TOP eg)6psv6ev xat kotrjQEV xal X7]v jcgofiarlvav rov. xal cag 

^jdMaioxQltfjg ojtov el6at, djtog)aCiOov rl (liXXei yevicd-at 6 av- 

d'QosJtog sxetvog;^^ 7» ^^^ ajtexQi-O"?] o JtQog)i^Tfjg Javald xal sbtsv 

i OTt* isxslvog apd'QG)jcog jiqejibc va oxatpovv iva Xaxxov xal 

tov e^aXovv fieoa ecog rr]v fiECrjv xal va rov kxco<iovv fie to x^(ia 

m ovrmg va rov Xid'O^oXriOovv^, 8. xal Xeyet 6 :^Qoq}^r'rjg 

Nad'av' >OT ^aCiksVj ecv sloai axetvog ojtov exafisg rov g>6vov 

ml trjv fioixslav*. 9. xal rorsg 6 Aaveld cooav axovCev, sr^t 

3 efieivsv <D6av vsxQog xal a2.Xa§sv rj otpig rov jtQocdjtov rov, 

xal eyvmQcCEv r^v afiaQzlav rov ojtov exa/isv xo JtSg rjrov fis- 

yaXri, ofiwg * 6bv vj€SQi]g)avsvd-7jxsv cog fiaOiXeag ojtov rjrov tva 

^pQYiCd'fj xara rov jcqo^tixov Nad^av ojcov rov eXsy^sv (ieydXG)g, 

a(i[i7j Jtagevd^vg eCfixwd-Tj d:;t6 rov d-QOvpv rov xal hjtQ06Bxvv7}6Bv 

p xov 3tQog}^rfjP Ndd'av fisra Saxgvwv xal dvacrsvayficov eg oXrjg 

I T^g xagdlag xal bIjcbv ^dX7]d'Sg eyco alfiat ojtov TJgiaQrov evco- 

MOV rov d-Bov xal dvd-Qwjiwv^, 10. xal Bvd"vg B^yaXav ra ^a- 

oiXixa g)0QEfiara ojtov B^daraC^ev xal s^aXBv cdxxov rglxivov xal 

Eici^Tj sig Bva Xdxxov xal eXByev xal sB^Q'^psi cog xad-cog Bxafisv 

; 20 tfjv djt6<pa6iv fzh rr]p xgiotp rov xal bxbZ TJQfioCsv rb tpaXri^Qiov 

avtb o:iiov dia^d^ofisv '^fistg rrjv OfjfiBQov rj^BQav. xal fiBZ exsi- 

vfjv trjp fiBrdvoiav BdvvxcoQBaiv rov 6 d'Bog xal ixoifi-^d-t] kv 

I Kvgicp ayiog xal jtQotprirrig xal ^aOiXeag. 

II. To XoiJtbv ag iXd^offiav xal Big rov vlov rov rov ^aCiXsav 

25 SoXoiimvra ojtov Tjrov fisyag xal (io<pbg xal rjrov vlbg rov Jtgo- 

I y^yrov Javal6 xal EJcagsXa^ev rov d^govov rov Jtargog rov xat 

71 aocpia rov vjteg jtdcav rrjv aog)lav rov xoCfiov, xal k^i^rrjCav 

I cog)lav djtb rbv d'sbv xal ovxl JtXovrov xal 66B,av xal rifi/jv. 

0(i03g d^Bog sdcoOav rov oXa ra xaXd, rr^v Cocplav, rbv xXovrov 

30 xctl riiv do^ap xal rr^v rifi^v. 2. xal o^cog d-aggovrag sig rrjv 

I Cotplav rrjv jtoXXtjv ojtov rov sdcoosp 6 d^sbg ifiovX^d'T] va xrloii 

sxslpov rbv vabv rov d-eov ojcov ^d-sXTjOSP va rbv dgx^O'^ o jza- 

9 I9 1. hat 10 ala^ev 11 * f. 178^ IS cAflev 14 a^ 
^dfiii 17 § 10. EvyaXev 19 iai^T] 21 ixvvov 22 tdv: tov 
,^ C. II. V. parallela in ms. D I 12— :II 24 tov vlov | tov paatXeotg 

f SoXofiiovzoQ 30 § 2. d-agdtvTCCQ 31 noXX^v: xrjvXXvv scripto supra t^v 
scr. 710 man. prim. 



I04* ^n^yrjaiq ns^l xov SoXofiiovroq E II, 2 — 6 

TEQag Tov o Aaveid, xal 6 2oXofii5v a^ovki^d't] va xov avaitla^ 
ajto d-sfisXlwv exXsxTov xal 3tSQl<pri^ov tva firj svQiCxsrai xarwd-sv 
xov ovQavov elg rrjp yfjp ajtava> coOav kxetvov xov vaov. 3. ofia>q 
eovva^ev X7]V xaxaaxevrjv aTcaGav. loejtov iavva^ev xsxvixaq xal 
5 (la'iCxoQovg EJtexrjdslovg xov aQid-fiov x^^^^^^? xeCCagig 6cx(og xcov 
SQyaxc5v. xal agxioav va xxl^ovv xov vaov xov d'£Ov sig ovo/ia 
x^g aylag JSicov. 

3. AotJtov ^aoiXsvg ^oXoficov slxsv £va jcaidlov jtoXXa 
wgaioxaxov xal jco&sivoxaxov ajco oXa xa utatSla xov jtaXaxlov 

10 TOV xal fjxov €tSg)Qov xal yvoscxixov xal ejiix'^deiov elg Jtaca 
xsxP^P, xal hxaiQBXov 6 ^aaiXsvg ^Xixovxag xo xal xo sxafisv 
kmxQOJcov xal £jciX7]Q7]xrjp etg :^aCav xov d-sXr]6iv xal dyaxa xo 
o paCiXsvg xal slxsv xo cooav tdtov vtov. XoiJtov xo effaXsv 6 
^aOiXsvg xo Jtacdlov sxslvo ajtavco sig xovg fia'tOxoQOvg ojtov 

15 sSovXsvav xov vaov xov d^sov sjtlxQOJtov xal sJtcxrjQrjx^v xal 
sQfi7]vsvsv xovg fialCxoQovg ojtov sdovXsvav xov vaov xov d-sov. 
xal s^Xsjtav oXoi xo Jtatdlov xal avxog ffadiXsvg xal sd-avfia^av 
sig xtjv yvcoCiv ojzov slxsv- 4. oficog ^Xsjtovxag 6 dta^oXog o 
sx^Qog xrjg dX7]d-slag 6sv ^fiJtOQisv fitaQog va ^Xsjf^ xo sgyov 

20 ojtov sxaxamaOxTjxsv 6 ^aOiXsvg JSoXofi<^v ojcov oixodofia xov 
vaov xov d-sov xal Tjd-sXsv va xa^-^ xal xov ffaCiXsav va Xvjtrjd'^ 
6ia va dfisX'f]0u xo sgyov xov d-sov sxslvo 6ta va ftfjv g)xsiacx^ 
xsXslav. 

5. AXXa d-sXsxs xo * dxovay JcagsfijtgooO^sv xl sjtad^sv 6 

25 /iiagog xal sysXdaO'fj xal sjtcdad'r] xal aiaxvvd'T], XoiJtov sig 
sxsivsg xsg rj^iigsg agxtOsv sxslvo xo cogaioxaxov Jtaidiov xal 
sxccvsp t7]p otpip xov xal xop povp xov xal syivsv coaav s^scxtj- 
xov. Xocjcbv rigx^xov aogdxwg doto xov dsga %va jtovrjgov jtvsv(ia 
xal dxdd-agxov daifiovtov xal sjtsiga^s xo jtatdiov ojtoxs ^d-sXsv 

30 va xoiiir]d-^ eig xrjv xXlv7]v xov xal xov sdsixpsv 6 fitagbg 6al- 
(lo^p Xoytwv (pavxacisg. 6. xai ^Xsjtovxag 6 ^aOiXsvg xo Jtatdiov 
sxslvo sd'avfta^sv xal sXvJtaxov jtoXv xal ^s6i6sv xov 6 ^aOiXsvg 
6i3tXov xo g)ay7]xbv xal xa g>ogsfiaxd xov jtaga xcav aXXmv nat- 

1 * f. 179^ I va . . . Q-BfisXLmv per dittograpHam bis scr. 5 xicaQ^q 
9 Ttaidiav 12 naaa xov d-i),?jfia corr. Pr, Bessarion 15 iSovksvEv 

§4. 1. 20 olxoSofiav § 5. 1. 24 * f. 179 '^ 25 inrjdaS-rjv \ alaxvvd-Tjv 
§ 6. I. 82 TtoUl 



h E IIj 6—9 Ji-^yriGiq tibqI tov SoXo/^&vxog IO5* 

I 61g)P 6:7sov bIxev eig to :^akaTi6v rov ojtcog va eXd"^ slg trjv 
f stQOtsQav rov xardoraOiP xal elg rrjv ra^iv ojtov bI^bv, aXXa f] 
o^ig rov JCQoCoijtov rov 6hv aXXa^BV aXXa fiaXXov slg ro yBC- 

QOtBQOV. 

P5 6. Kal filav rmv rjfiBQmv BQ(6rTj6sv 6 ^aOiXevg ro JcaiSiov 

I. mi iXeyev rov »Bljte fiov, rizvov fiov, 6ia rl slcai xlrgivog xal 
Oxvd'QCOjtog Big r^v o'tpiv xal^o vovg Cov 6bp slvat fiBra Cov ^o- 
vov Blcat jtaQ7jXXayfiEvog<i. 7* ^^* ^^ Jtatdlov 6bv tJ^-bXep va 
Bljtfj rov paGiXiayq rl BJiad-BVB. xai fiXsjtovrag rovto o fiaCtXBvg ^cog 
6sv rov ajtTjXoyarov id-avfia^B xal iXvjtarov noXi) ro rl va xa^i'^ 
mi aQXLGBV o ^adiXsiyg fiBra ogyr^g xal d-vfcov xal BXsyBV Jtgbg ro 
jtaidlov ^pct (lov Bijt^g rrjv aX^d-Bcav ajto rl sxaradrad-Big tr^t 

% slg riroiav * d-Bcoglav xal Jtmg k^yrjXBg B^ag)va djio rov vow 
Cov, d(i(ifj va rj^BVQ'^g on jtoXXa fidcava fiiXXstg va jtdd-^g xal 

% va X^^V^ ^"^ '^^^ ^(o^P COV. 8. ravra cog tJxovobv ro Jtaidl 
Exelpo bXbybv jtQog rov ^aOiXdav fisrd Saxgvmp xal g)6^ov xal 
TQoiioV ^avd-Evrrj iiov JtoXvxgovrjfiBVBj B/iiva oXa ra xaXa fiov 
ra BXBt rj ^aoiXsla oov dofiBva xal rijtorsg 6bv fiov XbIjibi, ajto 
ra xaXa oXa avrd dhv Bvg)galpBrat ^ xagdla ^lov, dXXd dxovCop 

I20 fiov, avd-BPrrj, va cov dtrjyrid^co rl jcad^alvm, bxbI ojiov xoiftovfiat 

Idg rTjv xXlvrjv (lOv 'ig^Brat Bvag dpd-gcoxog fiavgog xard JtoXXa 
moav ^AgdjtTjg xal fih jtXaxcovBt Big rrjv xagdlap xal jttdvBi rTjv 
axg7]v rov daxrvXov fiov rov (iixgov xal ffvC,dvBi xal jcIpbi ro 
aifta fiov xal ndXip fiov q>alvBrat rrjp rjiiigap xal sgxBrac cog 
25 ayysXog xal fiov XiyBi on va ftrjv ro BiJtw rrjg ^aCiXslag Cov 
avra ojtov JtaB-alvo} xal hxBlPog d'iXBL fiB kyXvrcoCBt auto rop 
fiavgov xal fiov bIjibv on av Cov ro bIjioo yXvroofiop 6bp e;fco«. 
9. Tavra axovCag o ^aOtXBvg kd-avfiaCBP xal BvxctglcrrjCBv 
xvgtov rov d'BOp xal bvotjCbv o ^aCiXBvg on BXBivog Ofiov BJtBlga- 
S° ^BV ro Jtaidlop fis rocavrsg g>apraclBg Btpat jtVBVfia Jtovrjgov xal 
dxdO-agrop Saifioviop. xal jtagBvO-vg BxafiBv 6 ^aCiXsig dirjCiv 
Jtgbg rov d'BOp fisra 6axgva)v xal fisrcc cvvrBrgififiBvrjg xagdlag 
^fiigav xoL vvxrav 6cd va rov djtoxaXvy?^ o dsog fth rl fiodop 



§ 7. L 8 iid-ekE 12 1. hai 13 * f. 180^ | evyilsceg \ 6^a<pva ego: 
l'|a 14 afiii § 8. 1. 25 Isyet: Xin mss. 27 oxv av ex d «v § 9. 
1. 32 xaQdlatq 



Io6* Ji^yTjaiQ TtSQl Tov SokofiwvTog E II, 9— III, i 

va xaraQad-^ to daifioviov sxslpo ojtov ejislga^s to Jiaidlov, 
10, Tcdt Idcov o d-sog xa daxQva xal rovg xoxovg rov el6^^ 
xovCsv o d-sog TTJg derjdscog 2olo^iv{rog) xal jtaQsvd"vg 
sCrsikev TOP dgxayysXov avTOv MtxaTjX fih gilav ^ovXXav ^yovv 
5 6<pQayi6a xal ttjv b6coxbv tov ^aHiXimg xa\ tov bIjiev otl kxBl- 
vog 6 'Agdjirjg tjtov jiovtiqov daifiovtov xal sQisxai doQaTa}g xai 
jTSigd^si TO JtatdloP xai ^aOtXsvg va tt^v dcoc^ tov jtaidlov 
xal ^oTav vjtdyxi ^dXiv to daifiovtov sig ttjv xXiv7]v vd tov 
jtstgdC,!;!, vd top xqovc^ elg to CTTJ&og (is ttjp a(pQayl6a tov 

^° d-EOv xal pd TOP dicxi xal vd top <piQ'^ sfijtQOOd'ap aov xal iav 
UoXoficop s^ETa^ov avTOv Iva dov dEtgxi oXsg tov reg km^ovXlg 
xal ECv (1ST avT^g TTJg Ctpgayldog d-iXstg jiaTd§^ jcapxa dia^oXov 
xal TT]V dvpa/itP tov xal vd Tovg ovpd^^ oXovg tov dsgog xal 
Trig yrjg xalTTigd-aXdoorjgxalTcoPxaTaxd'Ovlmpxal pd olxodo(i^a^g 

15 TOV vaop TOV d-sov (lET avTcop Tcop jroprjQcop daifiopwp xal vd 
sIps sQyaTEg slg Tovg TSXPiTag^. 11. xal ejctjqsp 6 ^adiXsvg ttjp 
6(pQayl6a dxo top aQxdyysXop Mtxai^X xal EvxagiCTrjOsp top d^sov 
xal dot Exslvrjg Ttjg aq}Qayl6og Eg)Tslaasp 6 2bXo(i^p spa daxTv- 
XiiiOP JtaQOfiotop djto Xid'ov Tifi^g JtoXX^g, xal sxQa^EP to Jtai- 

20 Slop xai sSoxep tov t7]p povXXap tov d-sov xal tov sIxbp C05 
xad^mg tov sutag^yyBiXsp o dyyeXog, 

12. ^Eaotsgag 6h yBP0(iBP7]g socsasp to jtaidiop vd xoi(i7jd-fj aig 
TTjP xXiP7]p TOV' xal idov Eg)d^aaBv xal 6 dtd^oXog xaxd ttjp cvp- 
rid-siap ojtov eIxbp Sid vd Jt£gixvxX(6a^ to otaidiov, xai bIxev 

25 * TTiP Bppoiap xaTd ttjp JtagayysXlctv ojcov tov eIjibv 6 avd-hTfjg 
TOV 6 2oXo(i^v xal s^ovXXwcev top 6id^oXo(p) sm to CT^d-og 
(IE TTjp ^ovXXap tov d^EOv, 13. o de CaTapag E^ofjas g)<x>v^ (is- 
ydX^] xal eIjibp' ^ova'i fioi xqi d&Xl<p, Jccog sxaTadovXcod'^p xal 
syipa vTtodovXog vjto tov I^oXofiwPTog^, xal jcagavd-vg Earixmd-ri 

30 TO jtaidiop djto ttjp xXiPtjp tov xal s6eobp tov did^oXop xal top 
vjtriyEP E(iJtgo0d-BV tov fiaCiXsog, 

III. Eal cog top b16ep 6 UoXoftSp Bd^av(iaOEP xal svxaglcSTTjasp 
Evgtop TOP d^sop, xal eIjcep 6 2oXo(idtp ngog to Sid^oXop' ■s>eIjcs 



1 '^ f . 180^ § 10. 1. 12 ndvta ex Ttaaa corr. Pr. Bessarion 13 dvva- 
fxiv ex dvv, corr. prim. man. § 12. 1, 23 evB^aaev 25 * f, 181^ 

C. Ill, cf. parallele in Test, Sal. 11 et ms. D. Ill 1. 32 evxccQiad-rjaev 



E in, I— IV, 3 /Jii^yTjaig tie^I vov DoXofiwvroq lOJ* 

^Qt, jtvevfia jtovrjQov xal axad-agroVj ri oov iotip ovo/ia xal 
M(q) ^ov ^ igyaala jcqXv iirj <ss rifiaigriaa) slg rov rojtov trig 
'yESVVfjg'j<^ 2. xal o dalficop eIoisV »ro ovofia fiov xakov(iat Og- 
i;lag xal slfiai vjto aegog xeXwviov xal t} sgyaoia (lov slvat avrrj' 
5 cxavdaU^co rovg dvd-gwJtovg xal rag xagdiag xcov xal a^agra- 
vow xal jirjcfiovovv xov hutovgaviov d-eov, xal jzors coOav yv- 
valxa 'e(iogg)fj g)avra^o(iai slg xov vjcvov rovg xal afiagxavovv 
seal jioxB (D0av <ixvXog yivofiai xal Jtors caOav ya'Cdagog xal Jioxs 

r (Ddav asxog (isxa jtxsga ylvo/iai, xal Jtoxs coOav Xeovxagiv fie 

no aXXovg dalfiovag yivofisod-ev^ xal Jtoxs aXXa}v Xoyiciv <pavxaO'ug 
g)avta^6(is0d'ev slg rovg dpO-gwjtovg, xal ojtoxs Idovfisv xov 
aQxayysXov Mixafjl xal xov Fa^gtriX fiag ejtixifiovv fie xtjv 6v- 
vctfttv xov d-eov, xaxagyiCpfie<Sd-ev^, 3. xal xavxa axovCag o ^a- 
0devg 2oXoficov edo^aOe xov O-eov xal * ejctxaXeCd-rixev xovg 

15 agxayyeXovg xov MixafjX xal xov Fa^giriX^ xal evd-vg eg)dv7]xav 

i ol agxdyyeXot djtb xov ovgavov xal dXvOidedavxeg xov Ogvlav 
TOP oaxavav fis xo xdyfia xov oXov ogtcdv xovg ol dgxdyyeXoi 
6x1 va vjtdyovv djto dxgov x^g yyg eayg dxgov xal djto d-aXda- 
HTjg va xov^aXTJaovv fidgfiaga ^agvxara. xal jtdXtv coOav rjXd-av 

20 ol daifioveg d^to exelvrjv xijv vJtTjgeoiav rovg e^aXsv ucdXtv 6 /9«- 
CtXevg xal exoJtrav fidgfiaga xal cldagov did rfjv olxodofiTjv rov 
vaov rov d-sov. 

rV. Eal jtdXtv 6 fia6iXevg ixga^ev exetvo xo exXexxov Jtai- 
6I0V xal eijtev xov' ^ejtage^ xexvov, rrjv C<pgayl6a xov d-eov xal 

25 rov ^Ogvlav xov Caxavav xdi vjtdyexs xaxd xovg egrifiovg xoTcovg 
xal 03C0V av evgsxe dalfiovag fie xo rdyfia rov vd rovg PovX7.co- 
Cere oXovg xal vd rovg g)egere e6S eig ^fiag<i. 2. xal sjtTJgev to 
3tai6iov r^v dpgaytda rov d'sov xal rov 'Ogvlav rov 2aravdv 
xdi vjtrjysv xard rovg egrifiovg rojtovg xal hxet rjvgav rov ag- 

30 xovra rSv daifiovcov rov BeeX^e^ovX xal Xeyei 6 'Ogviag 6 aa- 
ravag Jtgbg rov BeeX^e^ovX rov dgxovra rSv Saifiovwv xdi rov 
Xeyer •^xaXet Ce 6 ^aOiXevg 2oXofi<5v fih rov ogiCfiov rov d-eov 
rov aa^amd-^. 3. xal Xeyai 6 BeeX^a^ovX' »xat Jtolog elvat avroq 
6 SoXofioiV ojtov Xeyetg'^,^ xal to xaidiov jcagev&vg egt^sv rf]v 



2 i^yaalav § 2. 1. 6 dkijafiovovv § 3. 1. 14 * f. 181 ^ 
C. IV. parallela 1. c. in ms. D III. 1. 25. 29 zovq: raq 



I08* Jn^yrjOig tcsqI xov Uokofi&vtOQ E IV, 3—9 

0g)Qayt6a xal exoXXrjCsp slg rbv BseX^s^ovX, xal evd-vg eOrjxcod'T] 
(lera ^lag fie egt x^^^-^^^Q 6aifi6via, xal eJirjyav sfiJtQOO&'EV rov 
^aCtXewg * 2oXofi^v{Toq) zai xov exgoCxivrjOav oXoc ol daliioveg 
J xal o fiaOiXavg EvyaQtCrrjCev xov d'sbv xov ovgavov xal x^g y^q 
5 ojiov xov Ti^icoasv xoiavtrjg x^Q^'^og xal xtfi^g xal xov sjtQOCxv- 
vovGav ol dalfiovsg, 4. xal ijcagaCxtjOev o paCilEvg 2JoXoficov 
xov BesX^s^ovX xov Oaxavav [ih xo xdyfia xov oXov cddsQods- 
fisvovg xal ^ovXkoDiiivovg oXovg fth xov d^sov xo ovofia, sha 
XsysL JtQog xov BaeX^s^ovX xov jiqcqxov dca^oXov' »rt Cov ectt 

10 TO ovofia xal t] sQyacSla Cov 7] fiiaQct o:n:ov jtQaxx8tg]'i 5. xal 
6al(io}v slTtsv ^eycb slfiat 6:n:ov ovofia^ofiai BesX^sfiovX xal sifiai 
aQXG)V £^c ;^f2tadcoi^ daifiovoiv xal Xeyofiai yaCx^g d^rjXvfeavlag, 
xal hym 7] flow 6 otgrnxog ayysXog xov ovgavov 6 Xsyofisvog BeeX- 
C^s^ovX. xal rjxov ftsx' hfiov xal aXXog Jtg^xog Caxavag 6 Xeyo- 

15 fiEvog^Eoaipogog, jiXtjv 6:^£xlfi7jasv xov 6 d-ebg xal axaxaxXelod-Tj 
£V xagxago) dsOfiw, 6. xal eycb slfiai ojtov xafivw xovg dalfiovag 
xal eIvs slg xrjv e^ovclav fiov, kym elfiac 6 agx<ov xov degog dg 
xd Jtovrjgd xal axad^agxa Jtvsvftaxa, xal fiaraOX'i]ficcxt^ovvxai xal 
ylvovvxat og avO-gojcot xal (palvovvxat slg ovsiga xal eig g)av' 

20 xaolsg xaxeg xal dfiagrdvovv, xal ftixgd jcaidla jcvlym ctfia slg 
xsg fidveg xa)v xovxd. 7- ^^^ o^toiog dvd-ga>Jcog xav avdgag xav 
yvvatxa xal elvat djto evegyelag sdixrjg flag xal vd xajtviOd^^ fte 
XoXijv o'ipagiov yXiavov ojtov slvai alg xd yXvxd xd vagd xal vd 
Xiy^ axC,f >jtg6q}^aaov '^Pag)a7jX 6 xagaSxrjXfhg bv(dxiov xov d-aox^, 

25 av&vg dvacgovfiat ajtb ixat. 8. aycb slfiai 6:n:ov dvayxdC^w xovg 
^aCiXalg xal jtoXsfiovv avag fia xov dXXov xal xdfivovv alxficcXco- 
olag jcoXXag xav xa alg d-dXaOOav xav xa alg ^rjgdv yrp?, xdi Jtoxa 
xaXov xov avd-gcojcov 6ev d-aXaxi. 

9. Kal o ^aOcXavg 2oXoficov aljtav :^g6g avzovg' >vjt6 xivog 

30 dyyaXov xaxagyelxat rj Svvafilg cag^; xal aljtsv 6 BaaX^a^ovX' 
T>ajto xov Jtavxoxgdxogog d'aov xvglov 0afia(D& xaxagystxai tj 
dvvafiig fiag xal djto xov dgxayyiXov ^Pag^ai^X^, xal ot dalfiovag 
axgafiav fii^jcmg xal o ^aCtXavg xovg ajtixifific^ xal xovg ogyiOB-^ 



§ 3. 1. 2 ^iav 3 * f . 182^ § 4, 1. 10 ficaQCi ex fzixga corr. man. alt. 
§ 5. 1. 12 aQXoy ex clqgov corr. man, alt. | x'-^''^^"^'^ ^^ xtdSov corr. man. alt. 
§ 6. 1. 20 naidlav 21 fjxeq fidvaiq xovg § 7. 1. 24 * f. 182^ 



E IV, 9 — V, 2 Ji^ytjatg tceqI xov DoXofx&vtoq 109* 

^8 XOV d'BOv TO opofia. lo. sha rovg ogiaep 6 ^aotXevg va jtQiO' 
vi^ovp (laQfiaQa xal XLd^ovq oXot ol dalfiovsg didsQodsfievoi, xal 
xad'elg dalficov eraxO'V ^^ dov2.EV^ elg xov vaov xov ^eov ojvov 
hxi^EV 2oXo(i^v, II. xal exet ojtov agya^ovvxav ol dalftovsg 
^jtQayficc Tjxov dvsxdii^yrjxov xal elg d-avfia stokv xoxeg, jtotog va 
|/9Jl£jr£i^ xal va fifjv kd-avfia^ev rovg avd-goijcovg rovg xsxvixag 
(ih xodov jtX^d-og datfiovosv va sgya^ovvxai elg xov vaov xov 
d-eov slQfjVs/ZEva fiexa utaorjg ejnfisXslag xal 6:n:ov67Jg. xal ovd' 
okcog axoXfiovOav ol dalfiovEg va Tcsiga^ovv I'va adixi^Covv xavi- 

10 vav djto rovg avd-gm^ovg. 12. xal xodov xovg sl^sv 6 UoXo/^cov 
oXovg xovg daifiovag ^ovXXa}fiavovg (is xtjv otpQaytSa £xelv7]v ojtov 
Tov eOXEiXsv o d-Eog fih xov dgxccyyeXov avxov MiyariX xal xodov 
rovg ExaxadxrjCEV oXovg 6x1 coaav dxXd^ovg. ax^t axojtxav flag- 
(laga * xal Xld-ovg xal ao^£0Xf]V, xal xo vEgov to axov^aXovOav 

IS fih xadovg ^agvxdxovg. oXoi xov dXvdodEfiapot MovXavav xov 
vaov xov d^aov, 

V. AoiJtov axaZ alg xo xxidifiov oJtov axxt^av ol fcatoxogot 
xal ol daiftovag agydC,ovvxav, avag djto rovg fialorogovg riXd-av 

Fslg (piXovaixlav fis xov vlbv avxov, 6h xaxagag xov utaidiov 
20 BzriyEv alg xov ^adtXaav fisxa jtoXXcov daxgvcov xal ayxaXedav 
xov vlov avxov xo 3zcog xov drififjaav xal xov v^gidav xal aXayev 
3tgbg xov 2JoXo/iwv(xa)* ^^adtXav jroXvxgovfjfiava, d-avaxwdai 
xov vlov fiov 6x1 Ef/ava xov jtaxaga xov fia ddxriiitdEV xal (is 
v^QiCEV xal (IS dxi(i7]dsv. xal sav 6sv xov d-avaxcod'^g sycb xXsov 

25 Sbv pdvo) xo xagiv fiov va dovXavCo) alg xov vaov xov ^£0v«. 
Kal Idov (lata cogav txavfjv sjtrjyav o vlog xov (laCdxogog alg rov 
^aCtXaav SoXo(Cc5v(ra} xal iyxdXsia rov Jtariga xov, 2. xal Star 

\ Xoyt^o(isvog ^adiXavg xal djtogwvxag xl djtoxgidiv va Sdd^ 
xal xovg 6vo va xovg alg7]vavdi^ sdxgd(p7] slg rov vaov xal a^Xs- 

30 jtav xal aldav xov ^Ogviav xov did^oXov xal Sav agyd^arov va 
dovXsv^ codav xal xovg aXXovg dalfiovag, (lovov adxaxav xal sys- 

Xav, xal Xayat 6 ^adiXEvg 3tgog xovg 6vo xov jtaxaga xal rov 

j- 

-§ 10. 1. 3 scaS^aslg § n. 1.5 itoXlvv 6 evXsTiev § 12. 1. 11 ixsl- 
vov 12 TOV'. xovg 13 iicazdoTjaev 14 * f. 183^ 15 xdddovg \ 
xoiv. xovq 
k C V. Parallele in ms. D c. IV. 1. 18 iiXQ-av 22 BaaiXevq § 2. 1. 29 xovg: 

xov I iaxgdfpTiv 



no* Jii^yi]aiq nsQl rov SoXo/:iwvtoq E V, 2— $, 

vlov ojTOv BXQEVovvxav' ^dvax<x)Q^OccTe oXlyov an sfiovi. xal 
ovTcog dvEXc6Q'i](^ctv xat ot 6vo xal roreg o ^adtXevq eiJTStksv 
sxslpo TO exksxTov Jtaidlop va (piQXi t^ov Ogviav rov Caxavav * 
[ie rovg aXXovg dalfiovag xal va rovg ^bqxi sfixgoOS^iv rov. xal 
5 sjifjysv TO Jtatdiov xal rovg rjg){6Q)ep, 3, xal Xiyet o 2oXofimv 
jtQog rov 'OgvlaV »co jtvsvfia axad-agrov daifiovtov, Sta rl ysXag 
rrjv ^aOiXeiav fiov xal rrjv xqIoip (lov xal rov vabv rov d-eov 
ojcov olxodoftco^; 4. xal o Ogvlag o dta^oXog eZsysv Jtgog rov 
fiaOiXiaV ^ovxt, dicjtora ^adiXev, (SogxDvars xal dixaioraze, ovte 

10 TTjv xQiOtv GOV, syiXaCa Jtors (lov, ovrs rrjv ^aOiXslav Cov, ovre 
rov vabv rov d-sov ojcov oixoSo/iag, dXXa avrovvovg rovg 6vo 
d^Xlovg oJiov rjXd-av xal xglvovvrai slg ttjv ^aOcXslav Cov avrov 
rov ysQOvra fih rov vlov rov ojtov fiaXcivovv xal (piXovBixovv 
xal v^QiC,ovvtat, axofirj va fir^v Jtsgdcovv rgstg '^(lEgsg xal av- 

15 rovvov rov yigovrog 6 vtoc fisXXsi va ajtod^avi^^. 5. ravra 
dxovCag o fiaOcXEvg Jtaga rov Ogvlov rov eIjiev' ^ovgE kgyd^ov 
Elg rov vabv rov d-EOv fisra GJtovdrjg xal sig^vf^g^, xal djiTJXd-EV 
6 *Ogviag xal egydC,£rov (lEra g)6^ov xal rgofiov Elg rbv vabv 
rov d-EOV' xal jtdXiv o ^aCtXEvg ExaXsGev rovg Svo xgivo/isvovg 

20 Tov jtariga xal rbv vtbv ojtov 6g)iXovsixovcav xal EiidXcovav xai 
rovg E6a>C£V dtoglav va dvafislvovv ^fiigag jtevTE xal ovrmg va 
xd^u^ rrjv zglciv rovg. xal rovro to ExafiEV o ^oXofiSv diet rbv 
Xbyov oJtov rov eIjiev 6 ^Ogvlag on va firjv jtEgdoovv rgsig "^fiE- 
gsg xal va ajtod'dv'^ vlbg rov yigovrog. 

25 6. Kal coCav kmgaoav al jtivrE rjiiigEg rjXd-Ev 6 Jtarrjg rov 

jtatdtov EXEivov Elg rbv 2!oXofiwv(ra} xal fisrd daxgvmv xal 
odvgofiEVog sXEyEV' y>^aaiXBv JioXvxgovi]iiEVE, djtod-avEV 6 vlog fiov 
xal jtXiov 6ev d-iXo Idetv avrov^. XsyEt rov o ^aCiXEvg' ^xal 
jtore djtod'avEv o vlog aov, yigovrd (lovf^ Xiyei rov 6 fiatarogag' 

30 ^ag)6r7jg Edixadr'^xafiBV xal EfiaX(DCafi£V 6ev EJtigaGav rgelg tjiie- 
gsg xal djto^avEV^. Xsyst rov 6 ^aCiXevg' »djtEXd-£j yEQjovrd fiov, 
Elg rbv xaXbv xal d6^aC,£ rov d-EOVj xal o xvgiag va Gov 6(dG^ 
vjtOfiov7]v £lg TTjV 9-Xi^LV T^e xagSiag Gov^, xal ravra Jtagrj- 



1 &n ifiov: dnovEfiov 3 * f. 183^ §4- 1- 12 dO^Xiyi | elg: ^ 

13 yi()ovTa: yeQO)V in rdoiv corr. man. alt. errore § 5, 1, 16 ^^yat,ov 

§6. 1. 26 al: ^ 27 * f. 184^ 



\ 



E V, 6 — II jL^yT^atq tceqI xov 2oXofia>VToq III* 

yoQi^Oag rov yiqovxa ixstvov, aJt^Xd-sv. 7. xal naXiv EOzEiXev 6 

^aOiXEvg TO Jtatdtov va g)^Q^ tov ^Ogviav xov daifiova, xal sv&vg 

tov ri^^QEV xal rov EjtaQaCrrjOev EfutgooB-Ev rov, elra leyet 6 

SoXo/icov 3tQ0q ixEivoV »sIjce fioi, JtvEVfia JtovTjQOv xal dxad-ag- 

5 rov, Jtod'EV EYva)Ql^BLq rov &dvarov rov dvd-Qcojtov;^ 8. xal 6 

dia^oXog eljtev fisra <p6pov xal rgofiov' T>xal i^fiEtg, diCJiora ffa- 

OiXev, ^fiscd'sv JiQcata ayyEXoi xal ajtb rf^v vjtEQriq)dvEtdv flag 

OQylorrjXEV flag 6 d-Eog dxo rov ovgavov rov jtgmrov flag rov 

^EcoOffOQov rov Oaravav xal exeT ejteOsv xdrc) elg rjjv d^vcoov, 

xal orav eg)w(vrj)<S£V 6 dgxayyEXog Miy^ar^X xal eIjzev to* ><;rc5- 

^EV xaXmg^j xal xad'cog o ^sbg ogtOEv erC^i sorad^^xafieVj xal r]fi£lg 

TiiiBOd-Ev Evaigia rEXdvia rSv tpv^^v, xal dno (prng d-sov ojtov 

fffLEGd'EV xal dyyaXot EylvrjfiEV oxorog xal fiavgtCfiEvoi cog xad'cog 

(lag e^XijtEtg xal d-ecogEtg. 9. xal rjfiElg avEgxifisd-a Elg to xd- 

5 xmd'EV fiigog rov ovgavov vfivovfisv xal 6o§dC,ofiev rov d-Eov to 

rifiEQOvvxxov, xal '^fiEig jtErcovrag axovofiEv rSv ayyiXcov * reg 

OfiiXlsg xal ra ygafifiara rov xad-evbg dvd-gcoTtov, xal fiavd-d- 

vofiEV rov d-dvarov rov dvd^gcojtov ajcb Oagdvra '^fiigeg xal Jtgco- 

I xixEQa^ xal did rovro Jida^ofiEV xal rifiElg va rov xoXdcwfiEv 

20 xal vd JteC^ slg xaxhg xal arvx^g Jtgd^Eg fcog ojtov vd EXd^^ ?} 

f C^corj rov dvQ-gcootov exeLvov Elg C^rjfiiav d-avdrov xal vd xoXaod-^ 

va rov xEg6i6€OfiEV, 10. xal JiErcofiEvoi to xdrcod-EV fiigog rov 

ovgavov xal co? (pvXXa ajtb divSgov ojtov jiitprovv vjto avifiov 

(isydXov Elg rrjV y^v, ovrcp xcu rjfiEcg JtEq)rofi£V vjtb d-EOv gojrrjg 

25 xal dhv dvvdfiEOd-EV did vd Crad-ovfiEV. xal ^Xijiovrag flag ol 

dvd^ga)Jcoi vofil^ovv on Etvai aorigsg rov ovgavov yyvofievot xal 

nag do^dC^ovv ol dvd^gcojtoi xal Xiyovv on alxfidXorog eXevO-e- 

I gmO'Tjj xal o d^Eog vd rbv yXvrcooxi^* 11. ^aCiXEvg 2oXoficov 

IXEyEv Jtgbg rbv OgviaV ^al ydg rov ovgavov aOrsgEg xwovvrat 

P 3torE xdrco]^ xal dalficov sXEyEV' ^ovxi, diajtora, al ydg aCrigEg 

dvariXovv xal ^aOiXsvovv xal negiutarovv fia^i fie rbv ovgavbv 

xal eIve dadXevroi xal crEgofiavot coodv rbv 7]Xtov xal rrjv oe- 

X^vfjv Eosg rbv fiaXXovra ala>va^. 



§ 8. 1. 8 d^yid-nxev 14 evX^nsig § 9. av^Qxoiiai 16 * f. 184^ 
§10. 1. 23 &n6: vnd \ TCetpTow: Ttsfxmow 24 7ie<pxo(xev\ nefXTixofiBv 



112* Aiiiyriaiq tceqI tov SoXofiwvtog E V, 12— VII, # 

12. Tavra dxovCag o ^aCiXevg SoXofi^v £ux«7t<JT??<J8v xov^ 
d-Bov xal JcaXiv oqi6sv tov 'Ogviav va 6ov2.bv'^ sig rov vaov xov^ 
^£ov fih rovg aXXovg daifiovag, ^' 

VI. Eal Jtavrsg ol ^aOiXetg t^s yrjg xal rj aog)Tj St^vlXa^ 
5 rjXd-av xal avx^ (lex^ avxovg va iSovv xov vaov xqv d'sov ;calf 
sjt^yaOi xal xavlaxia fieyaXa rov * ^aCtkeayg SoXo(i<5v(Tog}, xah 
7]^6Qav olxo6ofiT]V 6ta xov vaov xrjv aylav 2ic6v, xal Jtolvxsk^i 
xal d^i62.oyov vZr]v xal axev?] jtoXXa xal jtoXvxtfia xal xa 
a(pi£QmCav Big xov vaov xov d-Bov. 

10 VII. Edi 6 ^aaiXavg xcov ^AccvqIwv r^e 'Aga^iag BCxBiXBm 

BJctCxoXrjv slg xov ^aCtXiav 2oXofiSv(xa) xal Byga^pev ovxmg' 
^Big xov paOiXdav xov ^oXofic5v(xa) xov CogxDxaxov xal xifiico- 
xaxov Jtaqa oXovg xovg PaCiXBig x^g yrjg xalgotg Iv xvglq) x^ 
d^BWj vylatvB xaxa ^aoiXBtav ^oXvfza xrjg ^lovSalag xal IlaXai-^ 

15 Cxlvrig, va xo hyvciQiC^'^g xaXa ^ ffaatXEla aov xaxa SoXvfia oxi- 
b6<5 Big xov adixov fiov xojtov xal xrjv yjcogav xaxoixBt Bva 6at- 
ftoviov Jtovr]QOV xal dvvaxov xcu aig xaO-h XQBig ?](iiQag drjxdvBi 
avBfiov dvvaxov xal QiJixovvxat Cjtlxia xal divdga xal ^ovva xal 
xovg avd-Qcojtovg xovg glxvsi elg xo jtvg xal Big xo VBgov xovg 

20 syxgefivl^Bi, xal rjxovCa oxi fih xrjg 6g)gayl6og ojiov cov BdxBcXev 
6 d-Bog djto xov ovgavov fih xov dgyayyBXov xov xal E:^axa^Bg 
jtacav xrjv dvva/iiv xmv 6atfi6va)V, xal oh JtagaxaXco JtoXXa 
CxbZXb xal slg sfiag xal jcBfitpov va xo a^oXod-gBvai^g xo jtvBVfta 
TO jcovfjgov, xal hav xo xafieig avxo t] ^aCiXeia Cov, va cov 

25 axEcXa) B^odov alg xfjv otxo6of£r]V xov vaov xov d^sov xdXavxa 
xgiavxa xgvciov xal dgyvglov to ava xdXavxov icdfivat axaxbi' 
navrivxa Xixgag's., 

2. Aa^cov 6b xrjv BJtiOxoXrjv o ^aOtXavg xal dvayvovg avxrjv 
bIjcbv xov Jtaidlov va Jtagu * xrjv Og)gayi6a xov d-aov xal va 

30 jtayalv^ aig xov ^aOiXaav xrjg Aga^iag xo yXrjyogoxagov, "xal 
adcoxav xov xal yga<priv ojtov xov axagixa, xal atJiav xov jtaidiov 
oxt va Jtag^ fiaC^l xov xal %va dagiiaxt xaivovgtov xal ava yog- 
yoxdfit]Xov, xal aCxatXav xo otaidiov 6 fiaCiXavg UoXoficov (ih 



C. VI. 1. 7 " f. 185^ 

C. VII. 1. 10 jLaovQioDv: aaaQtov ms., L 'AQa^lcov'? 14 paaiXsav 

aoXofxe 15 aoXofie 16 Saifiovov 23 va rd: va rov § 2. 1. 29 * f. 185^ 



\ VXI, 2—6 Ji^ytjaig ne^l tov SoXofjiBwoq 1 1 3* 

Wvodiav avd-Qcojtoav JtoXXmv. xal eJtaQfiyyBiXiv xov* T^xvrta^B, 

^hvov (loVj va svQfjg tov roJtov ojtov xaroixet 6 6alfia>p xal 

mq tfjv mgav xal rr^v ^fzegap 6:ftov fidllsi 6ia va JtvsvO^ top 

tavsfiop* xal ovrmg ^ix£ sdv xb degfidriop aPoixrop jtQog rrjp 

initgav r^g gxDksag ojtov xaroixEi 6 dal/icop xal otap Idfjg top 

^a0xbv xal g)ovax(6a^ apsfiop, eOv pa slaai sTocfiog, oyXriyoga pa 

'Mo'^g TO dTofta tov tov adxov xal va to ffovXXwa^g fii t^v 

O^qaylSa tov d-sov xaXovT0ixa xal ovTog ffaXe top aoxop o^tov 

ilBt TOP daifiopa aJiapoo slg top yoQyoxa^rjXop xal pa top 9>eg^g 

Mco slg ??//«§«. 

3. Eal djt^Xd-ev to Jtaidiop slg top ^aoiXiap TTJg ^Aga^lag 

xal Ixaiisv cog xad-cbg tov ijtag^yysiXsv 6 UoXoftcov, xal ^st^i 

li'ifEgsv TO Jtaidiov ^ovXXcofisvov tov doxbv slg top ^adiXsav. 

imi siq T7]P OTgaTap ojtov rjgxsTOv to jtaidiop fiSTa tov dalfiopog 

ieXsysv 6 6ai(ia)P' ^deofiai, m :^aidiop, fii^p fis vjtdy^g slg top §a- 

CiXiav xal syo) pa oov dsl^o) jtov slpat 6 Jtgdaipog 6 Xid-og xal 

xo iQvclov TO TifiTjfispov Xal xsxgvfiiispop^, xal TO jtatdiop eXe- 

yev Jtgbg top 6aifiopa' ^slg top ^aOiXiaP tov I^oXoficop^Ta) xal 

el' Ti bgiC'^ sxsipog, ag xotriO'^^, 4. xal mg * ^Xd^av siiotgoGd-sv 

\dg TOV ^aOiXsap evB^vg sjtsosp 6 doxbg xaTCo djtb to xafii^Xiop 

xal kxvXiSTOV dpo) xal xdTW. xal jtdvTSg oOoi r]0ap sxsl sd-av- 

fiacav. xal eXvosp to natdlop top daxop xal svO"vg s^y^xsp o 

daifiayp i^co. 5. xal s^ovXXmCsv avTOP 6 ^aatXsvg S7tl to CT^d'og 

Ttal Tbv Tgdx^Xop xal edsCsp avTOP xal sXsysp ^aCtXsvg' »jrcog 

; ovoiidC,s0ai\<i xal dai(io:)p sljcev -»*E<pi3tnag to oPOfia fiov xa- 

lovnau, 6. Xsyec 6 ^aOiXsvg' »Tt slpai ^ sgyacia oov ?] fiiagd;^ 

xal 6alfia)p sbtsp' »?) egyaola (lov slpac slg iivgia xaxa Jtoii]' 

liaxa. xal jiagaxaXS GSj m ^aOiXev, va fii^p fis s:itiTifii^0^g fih 

TOV &SOV TO ovofia, xal kycb vd (5ov ^egat tov Xl&'ov top axgo- 

' ymviaiop ojrov ^iyysi slg to ^dO'og Trjg d-aXdoaTjg ■ujrep toi^ 

9]Xiov Tbv ojtotop djtsdoxlfiaCav ol dvO-gwJiot xal oi dalfiovsg xal 

sym vd 6ov tov tfT^cTo avrop slg ttjv Jtg(DTrjv xs(paXaiav tov 

vaom. 



3 ], Sia va nvsva-^ Pr. Bessarion*. diavaTcevatj 5 gxoXeaq: (poXeav 

8 mXovx'C^ixu § 3. I. 14 ^(>;cfTOv ex ^x^xov cor. prim. man. 17 XBpin- 

iihov 18 TCQbq bis scr. §4- 1- 19 * f- 186^ § 5. I. 23 ax0i 

UNT. 9: McCown. 8* 



1 14* Jn^Q7]0iQ TtEQl xov Zokoficovxoq E Vil, 7 — VIII, 4 

7, Kal svd^vg oQtasv ^aCtXevq hxslvov xov Eg)Ljtxav xov 
dacfiova fih aXXovq sxsqovc; dai^ovaq. xal vjt^ysv xal 7]g)£Qav xov 
lld-ov SX81VOV xov axQoycovtalov xal soxrjaav xov slq xtjv fiBdrjv 
xov vaoVf xal ol :^dvx£g oCot rjciav exbZ sd-avfiaOav iSovxsg to. 
5 :n:aQa6o^ov d^avfia, 8. dXXa d^oxfjg Exars^rj o xvQioq ^ficov ^Itj- 
oovg Xgicxog 6 vlog xal Xoyog xov d-sov, xb ^Sg xo dXYid-tvov 
xo q>mg XTJg oixovfi£V9]g, o 7]Xiog o avsOJtsQo.g, hxElvog o Xld-og 
scxoxlod-rj ojtov 7]xov vJto xov ^aCiXicog 2oXo(imv(xoi;), xal 
d^oxrjg exxtasv hxstvov xov vaov xov d-sov, rjyovv T7]v aylav ^iwv, 

10 ea)g ojiov hyevvfid-r} o xvQiog tjjiSv IrjOovg Xgioxog, ajtigacav 
XQovot tpx^, fjyovv sjtxaxoCLOi Stxodt sjtxd. aXXa ag iXd-ovfiev 
jtdXiv o^EV dg)'^6a/i,EV xov Xoyov (lag, : 

VIIL Kal JtdXtv eIjcev 6 ^adiXsvg xov ^Eq)Ljt3tav xov 6atfiova'j 
SCO ^E(pLjtJta^ rj^EVQfjg xal exeqov dac^iovtov 03Cav xal xov Xoyov 

15 (Jou«; xal o 6alftG)V eLtcev s^ygevpco^ o) diCJtoxa, xal exeqov 6ai- 
(loviov £V XXI ^EgvO-Qa d'aXdod'^ xal xaB-ovvtat xal g)vXdyovv xov 
OxvXov xov JtoQg)VQ6v^, 2, xal axUav rjxovCEV £xC,t o ^aOiXEvg 
siJtEV xov xaidioV ^xixvov (lov, IjtaQE ttjv ag)QayT6a xov d-BOV 
xal xov Eipinjtav xov daifiova xal va vjiats elg xrjv Egvd-gav 

20 d^dXaCCaVj xal oOovg dalfzovag xal av EVQ'^g exbT oxov (pvXayovv 
xov OxvXov xov JtoQfpVQov^ cq^QayiCE xovg oXovg dndvo) Big xo 
Cxrjd^og xal ag Jtdgovv exeZvov xov xiova xov jt0Qg)VQ0V aJtavm 
xovg xal ag xov g)EQovv sdco Big ifiag^. 3. xal ovxwg vjtfjyBV 
EXBLVO xo xatdiov (IE xov ^Eg)in:n:av Elg xrjv ^EQvd-gav d-aXaOOav 

25 val EJtX'^Qa)6EV xov fiaaiXaatg xo d-EXfjfia, xal bxblvo xo :jtai6tov 
E6(pQdyL6Ev oXovg xovg Salfiovag fth xr}v 6<pQayi6a xov d-aev xal 
BLjtBv rovg' -^BJiaQEXE xov xiova avxov xal iXaxE va vxa[iBV aig 
xov ^aOiXmv xov ^oXoftSv(xa)^, xal avd-vg ol dalfiovBg bxeTvoi 
£:^7JQav TOP xiova xov jtoQ<pvQov andvai xovg xal xov E^a6xov6av 

30 xal g)£QVovxag xov axavco Big xov aEQa. 4. xal o ^aCiXEvg idcov 
xovg daifiovag xb JtSg <p£QVovv exeIvov xbv xiova * hd-av^aCBV 
xal oCoc ijCav bxbI £g)Qi^av IdovxEg xb jtagaSo^av xov d-avfiaxog. 
Elra oQidEV ^aCiXavg axEivovg xovg daifiovag va ^aoxovv exeIvov 



§ 8. 1. 5 ixazevt] 7 Tjyg: ttJs 9 * f. 186^ 

C. VIII. cf. parallela in Test, Sal c. XXIV. § 2. 1. 20 avsevQTiq ms., 1. 
forte avsvQSL^ § 4- 1- 31 * f. 187^ 



E VIII, 4 — IX, 6 /dii^yfjatg ne^l tov 2Jo?.o/xwvxog 115* 

xov xlova ajtavco rovg slg rov aiga xal va fiT]V tov eqI^ovv 

j[ors xaro) smg rov (idZZovza almva. 

' .. IX. Ea\ jtaXiv oqiCev o ^a6tXevg ^oXoftSvj xal rjg)6Qav rov 

lOQviav xov dia^oXov ojtov rov kjtiacav ajto r^v agx^v ojtov 

^kdovXsvsv xal ejcagecirTjoav avrov sfijiQoCd-BV rov paCiXecog' xal 

Xsysi rov ^Ogvla' ^elvai xal aXXa daifiovca xal otvsv^ara jtovijQa 

i cooav xal avrd;^ xal ebtev 6 ^Ogvlaq' ^elvSj diajiora ^aoiXsv, 

I :clriv sivat eva daifiovwv xal sxst 6vvafiiv jceqkSO^v^. 2. xal 6 

■ ^aCiXevg slxev ^xal :^ov slvai avrb oJtov xaroix£Z;^ xal o Oq- 

10 viag eijtev ^Btvac slg rovg ra^ovg rwv ajtEd-aiifisvcov xal slg ro- 

mvg xQfjfivcodEig ^ xarotxLa^ xal dg)avlC,£i jtoXXovg rSv avd-gmr 

jimv, xal ovofcd^srac HaiiarjX, xal elvai xal avrog aQ^cav tig £va 

t xayiia rcov 6aifc6v(ov' xal 6sv slvai xavaig va rov dvtioxad'^ ore 

i SiaCzist rrjv y^v^. 3. xal 6 ^acfiXsvg Xdysi Ji:Q6(g) rov ^OgvLaV 

% xJfV 6B {ieXei EOivaj JtvEVfia jiovt^qov, 6id rrjv dvvaficv exelvov, 

[lovov OVQE (IS ro jtaidlov xal (ih rov d-sov ttjv jtQOGra^cv ojtov 

xal av slvai va rov svQTJre va rov g)£QEre e6<5 slg sfiag^i^ 4. slra 

I hcga^Bv 6 ^aOiXsvg ro EVfiogg)Ov xatdlov xal Xiysi avro' ^sjtags, 

I texvov (ioVj rrjv Cg>gayi6a rov d-sov xal rov ^Ogvlav xal ovgrs 

20 va svg^Ts rov aaravav rov SafiafjX * xal va rov ^ovXXcoC^g xal 

va rov dda^g xal va rov g)Egsrs £d(5«, 5* Xa^cov rs ro jcaidlov 

TTjv Cg)gayz6a rov d-sov xal rov Ogviav xal vjtfjyav xal rjvgav 

rov ^JafiarjX rov datfiova fih ro rdy(ia rov. slra sijtEv ro jtai- 

6I0V' j>£v ovofiari xvglov rov d-sov rov viplorov vet Orad^rjrE, oXa 

25 ta jcovfjga xal dxdd'ag(ra} Jtveviiara, ^xal va fCTjv Cvcrad'TfrE, 

oXa ra jtovTjga xal dxdgd-ara jtVEv^ara^ xal va (i^v tfvtfT^re ajtb 

TOV rojiov Cag^, xal JtXiov 6sv adJtdga^av djto rov rojtov rovg. 

xal vjcTjysv ro Jtatdiov fih rrjv ^ovXXav rov d-eov xal rovg s^ovX- 

Xm6£v oXovg xal sdsCEV rovg xal rovg vjtrjysv Elg rov PaCtXiav. 

10 6. ^0 6e ^aCtXEvg exdd-srov sjcl d^govov vipiXov xal EvdvfiEvog 

lih ^aCiXrjxov arEfifia^ xal £lx£V slg ro xsgcv rov Cxrjjtrgov xal 

^ItC^av xal ipiyXt^av £lg rov vaov^rov d-£ov ro Jtcog hdovXEvav 

ol fiatarogot xal ol 6atfiov£g kdovXEvav coGav kgydrai xal kjcgio- 



C. IV. cf. parallele in ms. D VII 1. 5 inaQiatrjoev § 2. 1. 11 xaz- 
oixiav §4. 1. 20 * f. 187^ § 5. 1. 25 r 1 certe dittogr. 29 vnijyev 

ex vnfjyav cor. prim. man. 

8** 



1 15* Jiijyrjaiq tieqI zov SoXofiiavToq E IX, 6— g 

vi^av Xid'ovg xal fiafiaQa. xal ajravtelxsvsv 6 fiaaUsvg rb jtai- 
Slop va (fBQ^ xal xovg dalfiovag. 7. ocai l6ov (isra mgav lxav^i> 
£g>d'a6sv xal rb jtaidiov cvQVOvrag xal rovg daiiiovag, xal xovq 
7]g)BQev sfiJtQoHd'SV rov ^adtXimg, xal o ^aOtXsiig Idcbv tovg dal- 

5 iiovag ad-avfiaaev xal EvxaQl(0Trj)asv tbv d-ebv rov ovgavov X(& 
T^§ yrjg ojtov rbv ^§iw<isv roiavrfjg xaQtroq xal kxarlcx^^^^ olovg 
tovg daifcovag. xal rjtov ra 6ai(x6vta exeZva ra xQoomjta rovg 
fiavQa, xal 8Q€orri<SBV rbv * 3tQmrov rovg xal slnsv' ^sImb hoi, 
jtpsv[ia jtovTjQbv xal iiiaQov, ri ro 0ov opofia xal ri etvai tj (itagd 

10 oov eQyaola;<i 8. xal o Saifiayp elnep* »t6 opofia fiov kiysrdi 
XaO^QOv 2a(ia^L 7] re sgyadla (lov shac avrrj' xad^s^ofisCd'EV 
slg rojtovg rmp dia^arcop xal {e)YXQBfipl^o(i£P avrovg xal rovg 
jtplyofiEP, xal sfUtgoOd-BP aig ra xovg)aQia reap ajtod-a(ifidva)V xal 
dg ra fip^fiara rmv d^iod-afifiEVo^p Ce^atvofiep xal 0xriliarit,o- 

15 (iBCd-BP sig bxbIpov rov apd-Qwxov rfjv iioQq>'fip' xal xarargoyofiav 
rag Oagxag rmp drd-gcoJtwp' eatg ojtov xal Bg^o^vtai Big d-avarop. 
xal JtaXiP BQXOfiBiSd'BP bp r^ digt xal xdfipo^iBP rovg dpB'g(6jtoi)g 
xal osXTjPtd^ovptat xal xarargoyovp rag 6agxa(ji) rwp, xal atpgi- 
C^ovp xal rgl^ovp rovg odovrag rovg, xal alZovg xaXtp ^Piyofis^ 

20 Big ympiBg xal Big (rhg) <pdgayyBg xal Big rovg iyxgEfipoisg rovg 
EyxgBfiPi^ofiBP xal d-apatcopovprai aiq>pldcov d^aparop xal xoXa- 
C,o(i£V avrovg xal rovg XBgdalpofiBP^, 9. xal bljcev o ^aOiXEvg 
jtgbg rbp dalfiopa' T^dfifi?] Sep (po^aCai rop d-Bov rov ovgapov 
xal rrig y^g; dfifirj vnb ripog dyyiXov xaragyBtrat rj dvpafilg Oag\i 

25 xal Bl:jtoP ol SaijiovBg' »6jtorB fiiXlBi pa EXd^y 6 aa)r7]g rov xoCfiov 
6 vlbg xal Xoyog rov d-BOv sjtl rrjg yrjg xal d-EXEt xdfip^tp eva 
CroiXElop elg oOovg apd-gm:^ovg d-iXovp rbv jttOrBVC^ elg exblvov 
rbp Pa<5tXia(p) xal d-iXovp jtoi^ ot apd-go>Jtoi bxbIpo rb croiXBioP 
Big * rb fi£rG)j€OP xal Big rb (Sr^O^og fie rrjp dB^cdv rovg r^v 

30 x^/(>a«. rovrecrip ButgoiXByBP ip§ XQ^^^'^^ JtgorvrBga auto rov 
Xgiorov, rovriortp rbv rifiiop aravgop. xal iXeyov ol dalfiovBg' 
»roT£ ifiBlg, diojtOTa, xatagyattai tj dvvafilg flag, xal dpaxcogl- 
C,ofisv yogya djtb rbv apd'QWJtop exeTpop^. 



§ 7. 1. 3 'i<p^aaev\ sv^aaev 8 * f. 188^ 10 i^yaaiav § 8. 1. 20 <PQd- 
yeg iyxQEfifiiovg ms., i. f. x^rifivovg § 9. 1. 23 a.M^ (bis) 29 * f. 188^ 

Cf. parallela ad §§ 8f. in 7>jA u. XVII 2—4. 



E IX. lo— X, 3 Ji^yijaig tceqI xov SoXo fiibvxoq II7* 

10. Kal Tavta dxovaag 6 ffadiXsvg svxctQl0rf]aEV xov xvgiop. 

ska ixBxLiiTidBp xov ^a/ia^Z xal x6 xayfia xov okov vjto xvqIov 

tov ^Bov xal 6xaxfjQyi^^7]xap, xctl sxaxaCtdigmCBV xov ^aftafjji 

xov dalfiovcc sxl xov xgaxfj^ov xal sjtQiovi^ev Xld^ovg xal fiag- 

5 (idQa xal exov^aXov0av xal dofidoxrjv sig xbp vaop xov d-sov, 

X. Kal £V<priiil6d"ri o ^aaXevg SoXo^&v xal jtdpxeg ol fiaOi- 

Xslg xal ol aQXovxsg xal 01 fisyiOxavoi oXot xovg xov a:jtQOCxv- 

vovGav mg ^aaiXiav xal xt/irjiiEvov dxb oXovg xovg ^aCUstg xrjg 

y^g xal xov slxjav sig fiEydXfjv g>i^fifjv Big oXov xop xocffiov xal 

e^ctviia^av oXoi xovg xal BvyaQt6xov<Sav xal kdo^a^av xov d'BOP 

wv ovQctPov xal x^g y^g ojtov xov adax^BV xo^avx^v s^ovolav xal 

0QU5BP okovg xovg daifiovag x^g yrjg xal xov digog xal xrjg d-a- 

i ioiO(Sr]g xal xSv xc^xax^ovicov. 2. xal fisxa x^v avfutX^QcoOiv xov 

vaov xov d-BOv £fia^a}^ev ^adiXsvg 2JoXof/cov oXa xa daifiopia 

15 xal dxdgd'axa xpBVfiaxa xal sjcagdcxTjOBv B^iJtgoCd'iv xov dfiixgrj- 

TOP jcX^d-og 6aifiov(ov xal ogiCBv va bXB-ovp avd-g<DJtoi XBXvlxag 

i ml xaXol ojtov kdovXavav xa * x«^^^i"«^« ^«^ oQidsv 6 ^aHiXevg 

1 va q>xBia6ovv dyysla x«2xa?^areV«a, xal xoxBg BJtiadBV xal xa 

i ^exafiBP jtagofioia cocav xid-dgia xddovg xgavovg xal fih xov d^aov 

20 TO ovofia ogtOBP o ^adiXsvg oXovg xovg dalftovag xal eCB^rjOap 

[lECa Big BXBlva xa dyyBla xa x«.^?ca)/^aT£V£a. xdi xoxBg ejrlaCBp 

0, ^aCiXEvg dxog xov xal xovg scg^dXiOBV xal b^ovXXwoep xa ay- 

yeia (is xfjv ^ovXXap xov d-aov. xal rjxav at ^ovXXsg dgyvghg xal 

fjxap ol dalfioveg fidoa. xal utXiov Ssv sxoXfiovCav 6ia pa e/3- 

25 yovv egco. 

3. Kal Bxalgsxop o ^aCtXsvg UoXofiwv sig xrjv JtXTjgcociv x^g 
»lxo6o(i^g xrjg dyiag JSkdv^ xal xov xaigov bxblvop EgTjxogsvas xb 
aofjta X0V dcfidxcop. xal sxaxolxrjdsv ?] x^Q^^ "^ov ayiov jtvsv- 
fiaxog sig xov vaov sxelvov xov Isgov. xal fjxov xo (i^xog xov 
30 3t^x^g 0^ xal xb jtXdxog x6, xal 6 Jtrjxvg sxElvog d^iXovv pa sl- 
Jtovv xo Jtcag rjxop Sixa sjcxa jtodagia. xal aJto xov yvgov xov 
vaov ExafiBv jioXXa xeXXio. 6ia va xaxoixovv ol IsgElg xal 6ia va 
^dvovv xal xa hga oxbvt] ojtov xa slxctp ol jrgoTcdxogsg dgx^BgElg 

C. X. cf. parallele in TcsL Sal. XVIII 42—44 (ms. P) —XIX. 1. 6 ev- 
(f^ixla^riv 8 xi(Ji7ifxhoi § 2. 1. 17 xa bis scr. 1 * f. 189^ 18 ayyEiav 
19 xdddovg 24 JJrav: rav bis scr. et postea primum eras. § 3. 1. 30 Tifixaq 
32 xeXhav (sic) 



1 1 8* /li^yfjaig Tte^l tov SoXoft&vroQ E X, 3— XI, i 

ojtov eXeirovgyovOav exsi dq ra ayla xwv aylov, 4. xal exsZ elg 
TO pijfia TOV vaov fjrav ^ jt?.ax8g oj^ov eiyav tov d'8oyQag)ov 
vofiop ojcov sdcoxEv o d'sog rov jtQog>rJTOv Mov^iwg, ^rov ^ 
otafivog OJCOV slxsv to fidvpa fieOa. tjtop ocal r} xi^orogj ^rov 
5 xal ri ga^dog rov ^Aagcov, to xQ'^^^ovp * d^fitaTi^QioPj tj Xvxpla, 
7j ayla TQaxs^og, xal aXla noXXa ijOap atpcsgcofiEpa xqi d-Sip xm 
vxplaTcp. xal eocBt sig to ayiop ^rjfia 6hp sOs^aiPsv xapelg fiopov 
o agxtegsvg xal sxstpog filap (pogav rov xqopop fie tovg isgEig 
TOV (Dg xad'og to ecxccp ovpfjd'etap, S- xop xacgop exEtpov xal 

10 TjTop 6 vaog Exstvog vrprjXbg £a>g gx6 Jtrjxsg xal top Edxijtadev 
o fiatitXsvg top vaop axo Jtdpco oXop fih XQ'^(^CLg)i xad-agop xal 
ayvop fiaXayiia. xal tjtov xttCfiEPog fch Sixa XoyiSv fcdfiaga 
jtsXsxTjTa, xal E<pEyyEP o vaog sxEtvog G)6ap top ovgapov og 
xad-mg g)aLvETai Elg ttjp s^aOTEgtav (/£ top rjXtop xal fie t^v 

15 CeXrjprjp, 

6. Kal o 2,oXoftSp coOap etsXelosOep top vaov exeTpop ttjp 
opofia^ofiEvrjp dylap Utmp aCTad-ri xal Exafisp Jtgooevx'^p Eig top 
d^EOP fiE vfipovg xal do^oXoylag xal vriOXEvoop xal aygvjivi^oftepog 
xal jtagaxaXSp 6ia ra dyidoi;} top vaov ojcov extiCep, xal rjxov- 

20 dEP o d-Eog T7]v derjOLp tov 2oXoficop(Togy xal Eipapfj o d-Eog xal 
BtJiEP TOV on* ^^xoyOa Tt^g (pa}p^g Tt^g Se'^ciEcog <^ov xal rjylaCa 
TOP vaop ETovTOP xal vJidgxovTa x^Qov^lfi xal to. CEgag)l[i xal 
r« E^aJCTsgvya xal ol d-gSvoi xal at xvgtoTTjTsg ojtiCd'EV tov ^v- 
OiaaTfjglov TOV vaov ^eCcod-ev xal E^wd-EV^. to ts xaXXog tov 

25 vaov Exelvov ovte Eycvav eig ttjv yr^v ovte ^'eXei ysv^ Elg top 
alSva. 

XI, Kal EJcigaCap djto top xaigop tov 2!oXofiSv{Tog} tov * 
vlov AavEld BG)g tov 2e6exIov tov ^adiXemg TTJg '^lEgovOaXrjfi XQ^' 
VOL 425. xal Elg EXELVOV TOV xaigov tjtov xal 6 jtQog)i^Tfjg %gE- 

30 fiiag legevg tov d-EOv tov vrplCTOv fih tov Bagovx ^'^^ ^^*' -^i^^' 
fiiXEX, xal rjCaP stg top vaop tov -Q-eov kxElPOP ojcov exafiEp 
fiaOtXevg ^oXofiSp xal Exafipap jcgoosvxEg xal dE^OEig jcgog top 
d-EOP xal vfzpovcap xal sdo^oXoyovOap top &e6p pvxTav xal rjfiE- 



5 * f. 189^ I XvxvLav 8 x&v y^Qbvmv § 6. 1. 17 nQoatv^ii^ri 

23 o\\ at 

CXI. 1. 27 * f. 190^ 



E XI, I— XII, I JcT^yrjOig nsQl zov JloXofX&vtoq 1 1 9* 

Qav* 2. oiicog ^XeJtovrag o d-sog rrjv vjcsgrj^xxveiav xal ttjp axlrj- 
gmccgdlav xov JSs6sxiov rov ^aCiXemq bIjisv top 'isQE/ilav xov 
3iQog)^tf]v ore va vjtay^ elq rov vaov xal ^taQ-^ ra dyia 6x£vr] 

I xov vaov xal va Jtagaddoj^ rrjv yrjv. xal roreg 6 jigo^i^zrig 

Ts ^IsQ6(ilag k^riyev dg xov vaov rov d-sov xal sjvtjqsv ra ayia Oxevr} 
xr^g aylag 2ig)v xal EJtaQ£6a)X6V avra rrjv y^v xaQ-Ag rov sjtag- 
TiyyeiXev 6 d-eog xal sjc^gsv xal ra xXsidla djto rb ayiov d^vcia- 
cxrigiov rov vaov xal ra Igtipsv xaxm dg rijv yrjv sfigjtood-ev rov 
^llov xal EiJtev a Jtgoq)7jrr]g' ^enags avra xal g)vXa^s ra ea}g 

[lo ojiov va egeraa^ xvgiOQ o ^ebg 6c avra, oxi i^fcelg 6hv avgad-rj- 
xafisp a^ioi 6ia va xa g)vka§G)fisv^, 

3, Kal xoreg ijXd^Bv xal 6 ^aoiXsvg 6 Na^ov^odovoamg djio 
xTjV Ba^vXSva xal ejtagsXa^s rrjV legovcakrjfi xal exovg6evoev 
avxTjv xal roreg kxaet ro oxsjtaCfia rov vaov ojtov sxxccsv 6 
^aGiXsvg 2Jo/iofiSv ojtov xov slxsv axsjtaOfisvov rov vaov oXov fis 
:' dypop iidXafta^ xal xaiovrag ergsxBv * ro fidXafta a}6dv Jtordf/i 
(isydXov. xal rov SaSsxiav rov ^aOtleav rrig IsgovOaXrjfi Exotpsv 
XTjv yvvatxa rov xal ra jtaiSla rov sfurgooB-ev elg r a^^drid 
rov xai avrov rov irv<p?.G)0sv xal rov ejt^gsv alxfidXosrov (is 

[20 xov Xabv oXov rfjg ^hgovaalrjfi elg rrjv Ba^vXmva, 4. ol 6i XaX- 

' Saioi ojtov sxovgasvOav rTjv %govaaX7](i xal xovgOEVovrag rjvgav 
EXitva ra dyyEla ra xalxmiiaXEVia ojtov eIxev ^aOcXEvg 2o2.o- 
Hmv xovg dalftovag 6<paZi6fiEV0vg xal ^ovXXosfiEpovg fih X7]v c<pga- 
ylSa ojtov xov eoxecXev d-sog djto xovg ovgavovg (lExa xov dg^- 

25 ayyiXov Mixarjl. xal ^7Jjtovrag ol XaXdaioc ts^ ^ovX7.Eg res 
XQVOEg xal ra dyyEla IxElva xa xaXxa)(iarEvta ojiov i^rov elg rr]v 
yrjv ;^03a^£Vci:j xal Etpalvovvrav coOav Jt7]yd6ia ^ovXXwfiiva sd-dg- 
Qeyjav ol XaXdalot on Elvai d^rjCavgog xExgvfifcevog (xal) sjtrjyav 
xal E^E^ovXXa)6av djto ixEtva rhg ^ovXXsg rhg XQ'^^^^ ^^'^ '^£? 

^° e^e^ovXXa}6av xal £<pvyov ol daifiovsg ajzo exeI jidXtv xdi hjiriyav 
jtdXiv elg rhg ng^XEg ogytCfiEVEg xc^roixtsg xal jtaXiv xsigaC^ovv 
xovg avd-gwutovg. 

XII. AotTcov avra ra xarogd^(Dfiara ojtov sxafisv o ^aaiXEvg 
2oXo(icov 6ev yjrov dnb eSix^v rov dvvaficv ovdh dno rrjv (SotpLav 



§ 2. 1. 7 xXvSlav § 3. 1. 16 notccfcrjv § 4- 1. 21 f pro xovQaevovuaq 
scr. postea eras. 22. 26 ayyiccv 



I20* Jt^yijatg ns^l xov SoXofi&vzog E XII, 1—3 

rov T7IV JtoXkiiv aXXa ri dvvafiig 7}xov rov fieyaXov d-eov rov 
vtplorov rov fiovoyevovg vtov rov &eov ojcov efisXkev a3to xov 
JJoXofi(5vTog rov ^adtXicog ttjv (pvXrjv va aagx&d^^ xal emg rov 
xaiQOV ojtov 7]Xd'£V xal sOagxciQ-t] 6 xvgiog ruimv ^ItjCovg Xgiavog 

5 XQ^^^^ 726 xal exafisv elg xfiv yrjv aofiaxixwg xcoj'ovs Xy, xal 
sCxavQcod'Tj xal exdq)/} xal (xvioxfj ex xmv vexQcov, xal ^fiag 
exaQUSev Qcotjv xtjv altovtov xal fih xrjv evigyaiav xov xifiiov xal 
^(oojtoiov axavQov exaxldxvpsv xov iisyav dia^oXop xov ex&gov 
trig 'ipvx'fig fiag. 2. XoiJtov xal sxahrj rj OpQaylda eixsv xov xv- 

10 jtop xov xifilov xal ^osojtoiov Cravgov xal hjtaxa^ev oXovg xovg 
dalfiovag xal oxt fiovop xovg EdeOev aXXa xal sJtaxa^sp xovg xal 
xo £p vcxigotg Jtdkip coCap £X8Xela}0ep xov paov xov d-eov jtdXip 
xovg Eag)aXi6£p xal xovg eg}vXaxa)6£V oXovg elg exelpa T(a) ay- 
yela xa x^^^ofiatevia. 3. Xomop elg kxovxov xop xaigop 6001 

15 JtiCxevovp XOP xvgiop ^fiwp Irjdovp XgiCxop xop 61 rjfiag oxav- 
god-epta xaxade^dfispop fih xaXrjp Jtlaxip xal fie xaXd egya fih xo 
CrjfiEiov xov xifilov xal ^wojtoiov 6xavgov xovg dipei xal xovg 
xaxagyet dtoxi (leydXi] dXvcida elvat 6 xifiiog xal ^ooxoibg 0xav- 
gbg ojtov flag a^rjxEp va xdfiP0(iEP va xop vfivovfisp xal va xb 

20 do^aC^ofiEV 6ia pa flag yXvxcov^ djto ix^Q^"^^ ^vxtxovg xai 6m- 
(laxixovg xal va flag d^t(6o^ kp xfi ^aOcXEla xmp ovgavAv tjg 
yevotxo Jtdpxag rifiag ep XgiCxA x<p d-ew, (p fi do^a xal xgdxog 
xov Jtaxgog xal xov viov xal xov dylov jtpevfiaxog pvp xal del 
xal elg xovg al<5pag xwp almvmv, dfiriv. 



C. XII. 1. 3 * f. 191^ § 2. 1. 13 kyyzifxv §3. 1. 21 ^miUiav 



Emendationes in Textum. 

p. L. 

II* 7 SiaXoytadfiEVO^ « iiikXei ooi (pgaaai cum I et N. 

12* I <pXiyov cum HIN. 

14* 6 ifKpaivo): add. vno ndvxwv tcbv Saifidvcav xslevofiBvoq cum N. 

16* I om. ical ^QQirpev . . . (xoiQav cum A et N. 

2 scccxeiv^ ovTog cum N, 
25* 5 Pro Aeii;ffOi; I. Xvcov cum NP. 
26* 7 dv einag yivoq xb iv t^ 'EqvB-qo. ^aXdaa^ XQe^o^svov cum LN. 

8 iyd} avxbv ovx dvEveyno) nQoq ae cum LN, 
27* 6 xdv ^X(oi\ xb fieya; cf. N, 

29* 2 ^ cv(>a ixeivf] cum LN et C. 
32* 4 5-cat cum N, cf. P. 

6 avrcfcc cum NP. 

7 «7to x^q TtQQiXrjg cum HN. 

9 7j devxs^a, 33*, 1 ^ XQCX7J. etc. 

34* 3 (Jfi xal cum NP, ^ Fxr?? cum HNP. 

8 ifiol dh xaxhavzi iniB-viilav XTJg ootplag N. 
37* 10 xaxaax<bv cum HN. 

38* 14 ayayi fioi 6)6e xbv 6aLfxova N. 

39* 5 ^oel xsgaalov (vel xe^axlov) x6 eldog dfxoTog cum A et N. 

40* 4 Pro ydg 1. dd cum N. 

5 Pro Hvo^a \. afiaj pro dv Xeyeibveq 1. Xeysiiiai, 

6 AE0vx6(pQ0)v cum HLN, 
41* 5 AeovxofpQOva cum HLN. 

II Pro Ttatdla 1. v?J?tta cum HN. 

51* 6 ol 6h cum LN. 

56* 3 xaXovfxai ^Pv^ MaQdsQO), cf. N et H. 

57* 4 Pro vAff 1. ?;igj cum HN. 

71* 10 'A§£Qb^lQ-ov cum NQ. 

74* 9 Pro secc. 7 et 8 lege cum HN: 7. ^yo) 6e 6 6v<JXJjvog (axodo^rjaa Sik 
xb Ttdvv dyanav avx^v^ xal diegdyrj ^ ^aaiXEta fiov xal wXdX.v^a 
fxeydXog^ xal iaxoQTtla^ri xo nvevftd fiov xal iddO-tj dg dovXeiav 
xat 'leQOpoctfi cxfJTCtQa dixa. xozs avvfjxa xd Qrjd-svxa fioi vno 
x(bv 6aifi6vo)v dxi ^tptjadv fioi' -^vno xdg x^^Q^Q ijfiwv fieXXeig re- 
XsvxJjaai^. 



122* Emendationes in Textum 

8. Kal sy^atpa x^v diaO^XTjv fiov lavzTjv ^toTq ^Iov6aloL<^ xal 
xazshnov ravxriv avzoZg elg [xvrifxoavvov tiqo rEXsvtrjq fjLOv, ^ Sia^xi] 
/J.OV g)vX<xzTsaS'(o naQ vfiotv elg fxvar^^cov fisya xaxa Tivsvfidxcov 
axa$-d^Tiov wars yvcovac vfiaq xibv 710vj]Q(ov 6aifi6v<ov xd^ f^rj^avag 
xal z(bv aytcov dyyeXwv xdg dwdftsig* Sxl ivicxvet f^syag xvQiog 
Sa^aci)^ 6 ^£og ^loQa^X xal vnixa^ev in ifxol ndvxa xd Saifioviay 
iv (p iSoS-T] fxoi 0(pQaylg dia^^xrjg attovlov. 9. xal dni&avov' iv x^ 
^aaiXEia fxov xal nQOoexid-Tjv fxexd xmv 7iax6^o)v fiov iv eIq^v^^ xal 
inX7i^Q)d-7i d vahg xvqLov zov ^eov, w TiQercH zifx^ xal n^oaxvvrjGig 
alg zovg alibvag zwv alwvwv d/J.'jv. 



p. L. 



Corrigenda. 



48 


5 Z. a nail pro wood 


r 


5 iTtsdldovzOj app, insSlSov z6 


9* 


2 App. 6 dvvofievog in ddvv6f^evog cor. Windisch 


9* 


7 App. (po^ov 


22* 


6 nQoaxaiQog 


26* 


App^ § 4, /. 4 aTcoXwvxai • 


27* 


^//* § 7» ^- 4- ^Po)piata}V 


28* 


II App, slysLQSV H. L. 13 App. eItcbv P 


32* 


7 App. iyd) W 


36* 


6 ZOZB 


39* 


3 App. § 9, /. 2 dva<pkQOvaiv 


40* 


3 hzBQav 


44* 


Head "O^t^ov^ 


46* 


■J. App. xaxazaQaaa. 


64* 


1 1 Z, foriasse (og fxiXcaaac 


67* 


2 App. xal pro x/zl 


85* 


14 Anie vjtept pr. 15 


86* 


15 dQKfia (MS SQ&ixa) 


92* 


If, 



96* 27 ^a(jLa Z(£>v da/idxo)v 
100* 6 Pro HL /. HI 
103* Head SoXofxwvxog 
118* I Post avxdg add. dvayoyslv 



INDEXES 



I References in Indexes I to IV are to chapter and section of text^ in Indexes V and 
VI to pages of Introduction, * Hapax legomena; + conjecturally restored; (?) Probable 

copyist's errors. 



I. Index of Grammar and Syntax 

A complete exhibit is not attempted 



Adverbs and conjunctions 

'AlU I 2 Q V 3 PC, VIII 5, 6, 8, IX 7, 
XI 5, XIII 2, 3, 5, XV 4 P, XVI 2 P, 
XVni 3 {bis\ XX 5, 7, 17, XXV 8 B, 
XXVI 3; C V 3, XIII 6; D VII 3; cf. 
oh fiovov 

av c. ind. X 6; (T. su5j. I 9, XVIII 21, 
XXV 8 P 

ctpa I 2L, XIV 4, XXII 12 B; D IV 4 

T&Q IV 7, VIII 12 {pis\ IX 2, X 2, 3i, 
Xn 3, XVI 2P, XX 2 H, C IV 6, 
V3{PC), VIIIi2,Xl5, DI2(^/.), 5, 
n I, et j>as.\ cf. seal yccQ 

ye Xm 3P 

yovv IX 5 V, XV 5 

^^e I I L, C, 2 AL, C{bis\ 3, 4, il, 12, 
n 4, 5, 6, C X I, 2, 3, D I I, 3, 4, 5) 6> 
8, 9, 10, ei pas. 

66 xai n 3. IV 6, V 9, XIV 3i C I 3. 4, 
II, IV 5, VII 2, VIII 5, X 3, 6, n, 21, 
D II I, VIII 3, et pas.; cf. o rfe under 
Article, and fiev . . . Si 

(^^ I 3 C. 4 Q; C Pro 3, XI 9, XIII 14; 

Dl3> 1117 



S^Xadi^ C X 25 

drjta D I 13 

Slo I I L, XXII 5 P ; dLorc IV 9, V loP, 

12, VTI 6, XXVI 2 Q 

"Edv c. ind. VIII II, XVin I5(?), 35; 

c. subj. I 12 W, 13, VI 8, 10 [bis)^ 

VII 5, XI 5, XVII 4P, XXVI 4 {bis)', 

t. ind. ml subj. XVIII 9, 10, 11, 12 

et pas. 
ei = whether IV i, XXII 12; C XI i; 

XII 3, XIII 13; D VI 12; = if, c. 

ind. praes. VI 10, XIII 2, XXIII 2; 

C X 8; fc. ind. aor. XXVI 2; t. ind. 

fut. XVII 2, 4; C IX 8, X 12, Xni I ; 

D VI 2; 6. subj. XVII 3 
ft («)} XnisP, 4, XV IIP 
fZra XVIII 15P, XX 19H; LI: {bis\ 

II 1, 5, III 4, IV 1, 12, V 12 {pas}), 

VII 8 (^w); CIX 10 
f£Te XX 13 {pas^ 
'svS^a IV 4PCC°; C XI 3; D VI 4 
iitel XVI 3A, XVUI 3H; C Xin 14; 

D I 12 
invi6^ XV 4 P. XVI 3P, XVIII 3 LP, 

XXII 3B, 20; C XIII 6 



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sneira V8, XII6L 
sri C XII 3; D IV9 

Ftt>e «.. ind.fut. II 5 L; c. subj\ XV loP; 
D I 12; t. opt. C XIII 12 

"H XI 5, XIII 2P, XVI 5P, XVIII 16P, 
XX 8H, 16H, XXII II B; D III 8, 

IV 2, 5, 15 
^yow I 2W 

^rf?; I9L: VII 5, XX20B 
^vUa XXV 3 P, 7P 
^zot C X 28 

"Iva c, subj. V 13 L, VI 4P, XIII 7 {ind. 
fut,, mss.), XX 2H. XXV 6P, XXVI 
4B, SB; C Pro 4, 1X8, XII 2, XIII 
1, 2, 5; D I 12, IV 15, 16 

Ka&dq I 14, VI 11, XII 5 

TtaL I I, 2, 3, etpas, ; = ^^z'^zw I i L, IV 9, 

V 12, Vn 7, VIII 7, 8, II, et pas,, 
C IV 6, X 2, 4, 14, tf/ pas,\ D I 3, 7, 
12 {tris\ et pas,\ = "va C X 11 ; xal 
ydQ IV 6, V4, 5, 10, VI 2, 6, XV 
loP; C Pro 3. XI 5, XII 3 

Mh VIII 12, XV -3, 5, XXIII 4H; fisv 
...(y£lV4HI, 5HIP, V 3PC, IX 
I A, XIII I, 3P, XIV 2. XV (P) 1,5, 
8, XVIII 43P; CV3, X38, XI 4, 9; 
D I 13, II 4, VII I ; fihv . . . seal 
V3; ^ev . . . fisv C Xin4 

fisvxoi C XI 9 

//^X?i t. ind. IX 8 A, XXV 7; c, subj, 
IX 8P 

nil c. ^ubj. I 12, 13, V 10, II, VI 6, 
XV 4P, XVII 3, XVIII 18 {bis), 24P, 
XXII 5, iiB, XXVI 4, 8P; C IX 8, 
XII 2, XIII 2 {bis\ 3; t. gen. abs. II 7, 
V 5 ; r. inf. I 14, VIII 7, 8, X 2, XVE 5, 
XX 6P; CX43;I)l4; IV 16, VI 14, 
VII 2; 6-. Z^;-/. I 9I, XIV 4, XX 16; 
C X 38, D I 3, III 8; c. adj. C Pro 3 ; 
//^ ou D II 3 

yitiU D III 8 

niflioq D VI 14 



iVw VI 3, XI 6. XII 3, XIII 3 P {bis\ 
6P. XIV 2, 3, XVI 5, XXIII 4; C V4- 
D IV 13 [bis] 

"O&sv XXV 3Q 

djtdtav 6. ind, fut. C XIII 14; c, subj, 
II 3B; D II 7 

'Sitov XXII 20 P, XXIII 2 

Stcws '■• 2««'' A'f' C XIII 2, 7; L I 5; 
c\ subj. I 5, XXn iiQ, XXV 6Q; C 
Xni7; D I 3; IV 15; c. inf. I9L 

Srav II 5 1, VII 7 CL, XIII 6 L, XXV 3 Q, 
7H; 6. j«.$;. C VII 7; D VI 4 

Stc II 5H, VII 7 HP, VIII II, 1X5, 
XIII 6, XV 5 {bis) P, 14 P, XXV 7Q 

Ztl = because IV 6, V 11, 12 L, XX 11, 
16, 21, XXII I, II, 15, 18, XXIII 2, 
XXVI 3H; C IX 8; D IV 11, VI i; 
= that II iL, IV 6, V 5P, 10 {bis\ 
XVI 4P, XVIII 18P, 19L, XX2H{?), 
7, iiH, XXIII 4B, XXIV 2, XXV IB» 
XXVI 2H, 7H, 8H; C Pro 4; in di- 
rect address XXVI 4!; D I 13, VI 3 

ov, ovx, ovx I 2C, 4L, VI 5, XX 17, 
et pas, oh fxri c ind, fut. I 13; c, subj. 
XXV 8B; D IV 6; ov fiovov . . , 
dXXcc xall 2W, XI 5, XXni2; C 

XIII 14; D I 2 

oi}V II 5 L, VII 7, IX 7 P {bis), X 3, XII 6, 

XIV 5, XV 6P, 7P, XVI iH, 5P, 
XVIII 4P, XX 5H, 14H, XXII 3, 
XXV 3P, 5B {bis); C II 3, XII 6; D 
IV 9, 10, VI 2 {bis\ 3, VII I 

ovze . . . ovte D IV 6, VIII 7 



nx^v c XIII i, 12 

TtSd'EV II I L, IV 8, IX 4, 5, XIV 2, XX 

11; C XI 6 
TtSte II 5 L 

TtOTS XXV 3; D VI 14; TtOTh f4hv . . M 

Ttorh dh II 3, IV 5, VIII 4; CXI 4 
Ttov II I L, IX 3, XVII 2, XX 20; C X 

46, 47, 48, 49 
TlOV I 4 
TttbQ I 3, V 3, VI 6, 10, IX 2, XI 5, XII 6, 

XX 14, XXV 5; D I 7, 3, 13, IV 12 



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feDVIl4; T^ .. ■ 5fat I3P, 7A, XIX 
iH, XXII iB, 4; C Pro 3 (^w). X 29; 
D li I, III 2, 6 (3w), 8, VI 10, II, 13, 

VII 4. 5 
toivw C Pro 4, 5; D I 7, II I, IV II, 14 

i2^ = /ike, as I 10, II 3, m 4, V 5, 
VI IIP, VII iLC, VIII 4, IX 2 A, 6, 
X I, 8LP, XI iH, XV (P) I, 3, 5, 
XVI 2, XVIII I, 3, 18P, 19P. XX 17H, 
XXII 3B, XXVI I, 5 {Sis); Tit C; D 
I 2, IV 2, 16; c. inf. C XI 5; = about 
C XI 8; = when ni 5, XIV 6, XXIV 
iQ, XXV 7B; D IV 13, VI 8; .. subj, 
Del ind. fut, XVm 5, 6, 7, 8; = tVa 
c. subj, XIII 14; -=. 8ri D IV 2 

OiGil €, gen. Vn I HP, X 9 ; ^. nom, XIV 4, 
XVtn iH, XXIII 3P, XXVI 6B 

&mBQ V 12, X 8H, XX 16, 17B; C Pro 
2; DIV 16; 6. ind. CXIIS; DI 13; 
SigT 

(5fft£ c. inf. I iH, 2C iroaovtov), I 10, 
rV 12, V 5, 8P, XV 14, XVIII 8H 

Anacoluthia H n 4, 7, V 9, VII 3, VIII 

7, ei pas,\ I II 4, 7, V 9; LI i, 2, 3, 

4, 5, 6, 9,10, V9, VII 7, Vnii-3, 
etpas,\ P I 4i n 3. 4> 6, IV 8, V 13, 
VI 2, 8, 10, VII 2, 3, 6, Vm II, XI 

5, 6, XIII 3, etpas.\ Q II 9; C Pro i, 
I 4, II 7. IV I, 7» 1X9. XI I, 5. 6, 
XII 6, XIII 8, 12; see Cases-solecism 

Article 

Demonstrative — o de, ^ tfe, etc. IV 4, 

8, 9, 10, II, V 2, 3, 8, 10, etc., VIII 2, 
XIV 5, XVIII 2, XX 10, etpas.\ d (xh, 
^ fzsv, VIII 12, XIV 4, XVIII 5P 

With infinitive, see Verbs — inf. 

Omitted In prepositional phrases I 2, 3 C, 
4, II 5, 6, 7, III 4, IV 9, et fas.] witli 
inflnitive XI 6; with d-sdg C XII 4; 
cf. IX 8 (cpiXog) 

Aayndeta I 4, 12, n i AQ, III 6, IV 5, 
V 4A, Vni 6, IX 2C, A, 3, 6; C X 3, 



7, 8, 9, 10, et pas,, XI 7, 8, XII i, 2, 
4, XIII 10, 13; D I2, 7, 8, 12, 13, 
IV 9, VII 2, VIII 2, 6 

Attic forms SiaTtgaxxm, elXiiOf ^Xattco, 
fixxd<x>j le^ekzo), ite^ixxog, zQcxxogj 
V7toraxx(0j <pqlxxo), qwkdxxa) (XXIV 
2H, XXVI 8H); see Index III 

Cases 

JVom. pendens I i L, 2 L, 3W, 4B, XII 4, 

XVIII I, XX 19H; C XI i; D IV 3 

Gen. absolute I i, 2A, 4, II 3, 4L, 6, 7, 

IV I, 3, V 5, VI 3, VIII 8, IX 5, XX 3, 
XXII 13B; C Pro I {bis\ XI I, 3; D 
II II, III 8, IV 9, 13, VI 7 {bis\ n, 
VII 5; nounom. CPros, II7; D IV 5, 
VI3 

Gen. of time, age, etc. I 5B, VI 5 i^^- 
rore), IX 3. 5* XVI 5P [errove), XXH 
13H; C VII 5. XI 8 

Gen. with adj. Ill 5, V 13; D IV 2; 
with comparative XVIII 18 P; D I 13 , 
II I ; see preps. naQa^ vniq 

Gen., possessive, in predicate VI 8, 
XXII 4, XXIII 4Hi; C X 12 

Gen. with verbs I 2L, 4, 9C, II 6, IV i, 

V 10, VI 2, 8, VII 6, XVin 40, XX 
2, 5, 7, 15, XXn 3, 5, 9, (cf. ace. 
XXII 6); C Pro i, 2, 5, IX 8, X 15 
—19, 38, XII 2, 5, XIII 10; D IV I 

Dative, indirect object I i, 3, 3C, 5 — 10, 

12 — 14, II I, 2, 6, 9^111 I, 2, 5, 6, 7, 

IV 2, 3, V 3, et pas,] C Pro I, IX 8, 

9, X 42, 53. XII I, 5, XIII 2, 3, 8—13; 

D I 4, II 7, 8, III I, 4, IV 16, VI 3, 

4, 7. VII 3 
Dat. of advantage and disadvantage 

I 9(?), 11 7, VIII 4, IX 2, XV 8, XVIII 

44P; C X53; D In, III 
Dat., possessive in predicate I i, IV 5, 

XI 3, XVI 4P, XXVI 4; C XI 5; D 

VII 2 
Dat., associative III 4, VIII 8, XXV 4, 

XXVI 4; D IV I ; 6. adj, VIII 8, XV 

10; D I 13, IV 3, VI 12 



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Dat. of cause, specification , manner, 
means I 2 V, 3L, 4C, 14, III 4P, V 3, 
II, VI 3, VII 3, 7, VIII 2CP, II, 
IX 6, X 6, 7, XI I, 4P, 7, XIII I H, 7, 
XIV I, XVI 6, 7, XVII 2, 4, XVIII 2, 
15, 43P> 44P, XIX 3, XX 4, XXII 20, 
XXIV 2; C Pro 2, XIII 6, II, 13, 14; 
D I 3, II I, 2, 10, III 8, VII 4 
Dat. of time I 8, XXII 17; D VIII 2 
Dat. with compound verbs I 3C, 4CL, 
9, 116, 7, 1117. IV 6, V4 VI II, 
VII I, VIII 8, IX IPC, 6, X I, 3, 8, 
XI 2, 3, XIII I, XIV I, 2, 3, XV I, 
4, 8, XVI 2, 5, 6, 7, XVII 2, 4, XVIII 
15, 42, XX 4, XXII 20, XXIV 2; C 
Pro 2, X 31, 53, XI 5 (of. ace. infra), 

7, XIII 6, II, 13, 14; D II 4, 10, III 3 
Dat. for prepositional phrase I 14, II 6, 

9, IV 9PC, XX 3,' 10, XXIV I ; C IX 

8, 9. ■XI7, 8; D VI .13, VII 3 
Dat,, see below under Ace. 



Accusative of extent of time or space 

I 5, IV 12, VII 5, X iS, XVI 5, XXII 
15, 17; C XII 3, 5 

Ace. for time when D IV 10 
Ace. of specification, manner, etc. I 3 C, 
II H, III 4L, VI 9P, VIII I PL, IX I, 

X I, 9, XI 4H, XIII I, XIV I L, XVI I, 
XX i; C Pro 2, VII 5, XII 3, 4; D 
IV 10, II 

Ace. subj. of infinitive I i C, 4, 6, 7 (?), 

IV 6, V 13, VI z, 6, 9, X 2, XX 6, 
XXII 5B, II, XXIV 5, XXVI 5H; 
C Pro I, XI 5, XIII 2; D I 4, IV 16 

Ace. double with dQXiQo) XI 6 
Ace. or Dat. with TtQOOxvv^o) XXII 17, 
XXVI3; DI8, 1115, Villi (Dat.);XXII 
20, XXVI 2; C XI S; D VI 8 (Ace); 
a<pQayLt,o) VII 3, VIII 12, X 6, 7, 
XVI 7, XXVI 9 (Dat.); XII 5, XXH 

I I H, B (Ace.) 

Vocative I 3C, 4, 7C, 14, 116, III 5, 

V 9, VI 10, VII 3, IX 2, X I, .2 [bis), 

XI I, XII 4 [bis\ XIII 2, XV 12, XVI I, 
XVIII 3, 5, XX I {bis\ 2, 4 (bis), pas.. 



XXII 4, XXIII 2, XXV 2: C Pro i, 
2 {pas.\ IX 8, XII I, 4, 5, Xm I {bts\ 
4, 6, 10; D I 9, II 4, III I, IV 2, 5, 
6, 13, i7> VI I, 7, 12, VII I, 2, 3 
Solecisms 

Nom. for Dat. I4L, VI i 

Nom, for Ace. I i L 

Dat. for Gen. C I 5, II 6, XIII 7 (aot) 

Dat. for Ace. XXVI sHf, C I 5, III 

3W, 4, VII 6, XIII 2; D I7 
Ace. for Gen. I SL, IV 6H, X 6L 

[pLtxb. roircovg), XXII 2Q 
Ace. for Dat. IV 6A, VI iiH, XX 

20H; Oil, 3V, 8W, III, 017, 

V3,X42, XI 3, XII 3, 4, xin 5,. 

14; D VII 6 [bis) 

Comparison of adjedtive sand adverbs 
Comparative I i A, 3L, 4L, 6L, V4, 6, 

VI iP, 1X6, XVIII 18P; C Xni2; 

D I 13, II I 
Superlative I i, 7, H 5L, VIII 11, XI 6, 

XVIII 20P; D II2 

Compound -words 
cLvaxaXv7iT(o VI 3 P 
avaxvhvSsQ) XIV iP 
avanxvoao} XXII 6 P 
anaQaXaxtwq I 3C 
aTCSQivoJjTog C Pro 2 
aQQBvo^axia VI 4P 
poo7iQ6ao)7ioq XVIII iP 
yvvacxoitd^g XIII i P 
6a(pv6^v?.Xovf XVEII 15P 
i^aTtoaxsXXm XXII 16 Q 
irce^ovaid^Q) I s L 
htixaTtViC^o) V 9 P 
iQvd^Qodavoo) XXI 3B 
7jfAi7t^6oQ)nov VII I C * 

pea&v7t6oxf>f^<xt, C XII i 
xataxXriQOVOfiioi IX 5 P 
xaxavvaaofxai XX 3 P 
xaxaTteQiTtoXevd) V loP 
xQTiiivopat^Q) XI 6 P 
Xvxvocxpta IX 7 P 
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p^Bldtvoxi^arog IX 9 C 
i^svQOX^^fxaig XVni 17 P 

^lOfOQ^O) XI 7 P 

6vo%Q6C(onoq XVHI iP 

nhv&ovQyeo} XII 6 P 
%7toQfOQo6av6ti£voq XII 4P 

nQ0B7tiGXQe(pa> V 2 L 

TtQmtofiataxQ)Q I 2B 
■[TtVTjvoTi^oawTtog XVIII I P 
: (^vgayyiofidg XVIII 27 P 
.vTtoyivataxo} V 13L 

vTCOTtQoxdaaoi X 6 L 

fopSQOXQOoq XII I 

XaXiv66sofj,a XIII 4 P 

Craais xayibpas., xaxet VIII 5P; xd- 
XBLVOq IX 7 P, -wq II 8 ; xoLlla XVII 5 ; 
xdXnUg C XII 5? ravra D IV 3 

Easion, cf. dXld, dvxL, d%b, M, xaxa, 
fiexdj Tta^d; not observed VI 1 1 {xavta 
dxovaag); IX 7 P {iTtl avxo) 

Gender— solecisms I iHI, 14CQ, II 2; 

c IX 8, xn 2 

Hebraismus iyivsxOj seal iyivsxo^ etc. 
16, XXII iP, XXV 7B; C Pro i; D 
lii;slg xe^e^g I 5 ; ?# scvQwg d S'sSg 

I 13, V 12, XXV 8B; TtQd 7tQOGd)7tOV 

cf. TtQd under Prepositions 

Hiatus P VI u, IX 7; C xni 10, 12 

Indirect Discourse — Questions IV i, 
XXH 12; cf. Inf. -with subj. Ace. 

Latinisms xdaxQov CX 13, 24, 27 ; Ab- 
ye6v XI 3, 5, 6, 7; XizQa XXI iQ; 
8 iaxiv P XI 6, XV II ; TtQd rsaa. 
f}fxeQ(3v D IV 14 

Nouns — case endings 

av^Qsg = Ace. I i L 

V in Ace. Third Declension i 5 HL, 



X 8 L; C I 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 14, II 9, 

1X8, 10, X51, XII 5 
a<pQayi6a^ -Sat Sig C 
(pGLQayyei C III 5 

Prepositions 

"Aixa c, dat. X 6, XIII i ; D VII 6 ; ^r. ace, 
D III 5, VII 4 

dvd t. gen. C IX 10; c, ace. D VII 4 

'dvBv XXII iiB; C XIII 8 

avxl C XI 8 

civco^fv C XII 6 

ditb c. gen. I i L, (= vTtd\ C, 2P, 4, 4B, 
II I, III 4, IV 8 et pas.\ = contrary 
/tf IV 5; C XI 5; c. dat. II 5L; c. ace. 
XVni2oL, XXII 2 Q 

aiQi c. gen. XX 18B; c. ace. D IV 8 

Aid c. gen. agent, means, etc., I 6, 7, 
IV 7, V 3, 8, 1 1, VI 4; etpas.', C IV 5, 
IX 8, XI 4, XHI 13; D I 7, II I, IV 
15; place, I 5, IX 6, X 3, XIV 4, 
XXIV 4; CXII6; time, D II 4; c. 
ace. cause, II 2, V 4, 13, VI i, 2, 6, 9, 
VII 6, etpas.\ C I i, 3, XIH 2; D 1 6, 
means C X 53 ; 8. Ttavxbg XXII 5 B 

8lxr(v D VI 5 

^'Eyyiaxa C, ByyioxBV P, iyyv9-8v A 
in 7 

elg I 1,^3 C, 4, ^, II 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, in 3, 
5, etpas.\ C Pro 4, IX 9, X 2, 6, 18, 
20, 21, 24, 25, /f^ /ffj.; D I I, 3, 4, 8, 
12, II II, etpas.\ ivEQyeZv elg CX i, 
2, 3» 5' 6) ^2^ 13' 14 (^^), 22, 23, 26, 
29* 34» 35' 36, 37> 387 39» 52; e^? to 
ovofia XXVI 4, 5 ; C IX 8 ; e^e oVo^a 
C Pro 5; elg = iv XV 6, XXII 14; 
XXIV 3(?); D VI I 

ix I 2L, 4, 4 L, 5, 6L, n 8, VI 5, X 9, 

XIV 4, XVI 3, XXVI 3, XXI 2, XXV 

_ iH; C IV II, XI 8, XII I, XIII 12; 

D I I, II, 12(5), IV 13, 14 {^w), 15, 

VI 8; ^;« ZQixov I 2L, XVIII 21 

SfiTtQOoS-sv t. gen. IV 2 C, VI i, XIII 7, 
XX 19Q, XXII 10; D III 3; C IV 2, 
XI2 

ev I I, 3 (/m), II I (dts), IV 4, 5, 8, 9 
{tris), 10, et pas.; C IX 10, X 8, 14, 



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38, 53 {dis\ et pas.; D I i, 13, II 7, 
et pas.\ means, manner, V 9, VII 6, 
7 {bis\ X 5, XI 6 {iris\ XII 2, 3, XV 
3, 14, XX 13(4); CXIU S» 6, 12; 
XV 9, XXV 9; C IX 10, Xtl i; D 

IV 1 1 ; r. infin, s=a while, since, I 4, 61 
7, VI 9, XX 6, 17, XXII II, XXIV 5; 
D IV 16; h = Etq I 5C, X 5, XIII 
2, 6. XVIII 28 (cf. 24, 27), 40; C I 5, 
XIII 9; D I 5 

ivavTiov XXII 2 HP 

ivwTttov V 9, IX 7, XIX 3, XX I, 6; 

C Pro I 
%^ii} XVI 2 P 
in&voi I 2L, 9L, II 5L, XXIII 3B; 

C XII 6T, XIII 5 
inl c. gen. I 2AB, 3P, 4I, 10 L, 11 8, 

III I P, IV 4, 5 CC°, V 9, etpas,] C II i, 

Vni 9, XI 3; €, ddt. I I, II 6 L, HI 3 W, 

xni 3, 6P, XVIII 44P, xxn 14, xxvi 

5B, 8H; D VI 14, VII 4; c. ace. I i L,- 
C, 2A, loL, II, 14L, II 2, 3, III 3V, 

V 5, et pas.; D II 2, 4, 7; ktl TtoXv 

VII 2 ; inl TiXetatov VII 5 ; ircl rd 
diTiXdaiov I iC, {diTtXovv) D II 2; 
i(p' sxaaxriq T^fiipag I 2Q, 3B, iq)' 
bxdoTrjV fjfiSQav I 2H, 3 A 

k'oiq c. gen. V 8, VI IIP, XV 13P, XVI 
2P, XX4H, 18B, XXII 2B, 4B, XXIV 
2Q, 5, XXV 8; C XII i; c dat. XX 
18 H; t. ace. XXII 2H, XXIII 2Q, 
XXIV 5Q; 'i(oq s^o) XVIII 15P; h'mg 
inl TCoXv VII 2; ^Kog knza (poQsq 
C IX 9T; Fwg ou D I 12 

KaStbq I loL 

xaxd c. gen. I i, 2, 4, III 7, V 5, IX 3 

XI 6, xni 2, XV II, XVIII 20, XXII 

20B, XXVI 8H; C X 14: D II 10; 
Tit BI, Sub V; c. ace. I i, 2, 10, VII 3, 

VIII II, X2, XV 3, XVIII 21, XIX 
3P, XX 2P, 12B, 19B. XXII 3B, 12, 
:^XVI7H,- CXSiT; D II 9, VI 6, 
VIII5; itad^" IVa XVIII 4P; siad-' 
hvbq hxaotov XVI 3 A; xad^ vrceQO- 
X^v, vTtSQpoX'jv X 2, P; xard B, Tte^l 
C, I2 



xavevatTtiov XXII 13 

xdTQ) c. gen. D IV 14; t*. flcc.(?) XV 7 

M« C XII 3 

pLkaov I iL, XX 12, I4B 

pLBxd c. gen. I 6L, II 5 L, III 4, V iP, 
3P, 9, 13, VI 3, 1X8, X6(<5w), XI 
5, 6, XV 9, XVI I L, XVIII 4, 22 P, 
XIX I P, XX 9P, XXII II, 16, 18, 
XXIV I P, 2Q {bis)^ XXV I, XXVI 8H, 
9HJ C IX 8, 9T, X 30 {bis\ XI 7 {his) ; 
D I 8, 9, 10, 11 1, 6, 7 {tris\ 12, 

III 3 {bis\ 4, 8 {bis\ IV I, 2, 7, VI 3, 
5, 13, VII 4; TitC, Stib V, Sig T, 
C; c. dat. I 4H, XXVI iB; c. ace. 

1 2L, 4, 4L, XI 6, XV 8, XX 7, 10, 
II, 19, XXII 6, 9; C Pro I, Xin2; 
D IV 8, 10, VI 7 ; Tit C, Sub V 

likxQi V 4, XV loP, XXIV 3 ; C X 4, 
XIU 5,6,- D I 12, VI 14 

"OitiaHv D VIII 6 

bnla<i> XXV 6B 

Haqd t. gen. I il, 2C, P, 6, 9IC, Q, 11, 
V II, VI 6, XVI I, XX 12Q, 21, XXII 
I, XXV 7B, XXVI 6P, 8H; C I 14, 
X 31, 34, XI I, XII 4, XIII 9; Sub V; 

D I 2, 3. 5t 13 (^^). II 3. 10. Ilf 7> 
rV i6; c. dat. V 7P, VI 4, 6, 8, P; 
C XIII 9 ; c. ace. I I A, 3B, 1 1 H, II 5, 
XVIII 37P; C X6; D II2 
UtQi c. gen. I 4H, Vr 10, XV 5P, XXII 
17, XXV iP; D IV 4; Tit H, I, SigT; 
c. ace. I 2C; D Vil 3 

%}Jiv c xin 12 

%Qb I 14, IV 6; X2; C XI 5; D 14, 

IV 9; TtQb nqoGmnov VII i, X i, XII 

I, xni I, XV I, XVI i; n^b rsaa. 
^^leQwv D IV I4 

TtQog e. gen. I 14H, XXVI 8H; C X 4; 
c. dat. D VI 4," c. ace. I I A, 4H, 6, 
8, 9, II, I2{bis\ 13, 14, 11% etpas.; 
CII3, V5, Pro 3, X50; DI5, 8, 
II 5, 6, et pas.; for indirect obj. I 4B, 
13BW, VI 6P, XII 6L, XIII 2, 3P, 

XV 14P, XVI iP, xxru iQ, XXVI 

2 [bis) ; C I 9, 13 ; D I 7 [bis\ 8, 9 [bis], 

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2h V 4P, XV iP, XXIK 2, XXV 9H; 
Dlly 

'YTt^Q '. ^^». D II 5; t. ace, I I L, 3A; 
C XII6 

i)7t6 c. gen. I iH, 2, 6L, 9P, II 4, IV 
II, VI 8 {bis\ IX 6, 7P, XI 6, XII 3, 
XIII 6 {bis\ XIV 4, 5 {bis\ XV 5, 6, 9, 
13, XIX I, XXI 3, XXII 3B, 20, XXIV 
4, XXV 3, XXVI 7H, 9H; C Pro 2, 
IX 8; D III 3, 6; c dat, C XIII 6; 
c. ace, XI 3, 5, XXII 8Q, XXVI 5H, 
7H 

moxazm XI 7, XIX i, XXIII 3H, XXV7 

moxoxdi^Bv C XI 7 

XG.QIV XX 2 

;^w^/g XXI 4 

i3e VII I C 

ojfff/ VII I 

Pronouns 

ttvrog Third Person, passim\ = idem 
V3; XVIII35H, XXII 8; C IX 9T; 
D IV 3; = ipse VII 6, IX 7P; C Pro 
I, 3, X 15—20, XII 5 ; D I 12, II 1, 

III 2, V T {his) 

iy(t) passim 

slq as indef. pron. I i A, 3, XX i ; C 

XU5 
inavtovj kavTov IV 6, VI 3 P, IX 2, 3P, 

6, 7P, XI 5, XVI 2, 4, XVIU 4P; C 

XII 5; D VI 12, cf. VI 3 
ifidq V 4, VI 4P, IX 5, X 3, XXIII 4P; 

C Xni 12; D UI2, IV 2, 9 
^lihsQoq C Pro 3 

ffvsUQ, 1115, X5,- D IV 10, II, VI 2 
av passim 
Ttg, xlq passim 

Verbs — Inflexion 
Augment ^vsax^fijjv XIII 3 P ; 7tQoe<pi^- 
revas XV 8 



Future from Subjunctive (Aor.) 
ayayw 116, VI 5, X 5 
s't7ta>ai XIV 5 P 

iveyxo) VI 5H; C XI 7Y; D VI 2 
s^Qtofiev V 5 C 
Mxo>fi£v V 5A 
%g D IV9 
fiad'eZg XUI 2H 
naQsX&mai D tV 6 

Periphrastic tenses I 1, ;£, XVI 2P, XX 
17, XXI 4, XXII 7B, XXV 9H, XXIV 

4B, C Pro I, 2; D 1 12, VII 4, VTII I 
Reduplication aeOQ>fiat07t87COirjfZ6VOV 

IV 4P 
Verbs — Syntax 
Infinitive with Art. in oblique cases 
Gen. I 14, II 5, 7C, 8, V 6L, Vn4; 

ClXio, X 43, 53, XIII 13, 14; D 

I 4 {dis), 9; = Nom. XVI 2; D VII 2 

Dat. I 4, 7, VI 9, XX 17, XXn iP, n, 

17B, XXIV 5; D 16, IV 16 
Ace. I 1, 2L, 4, V 13, VI 2, VII 2, 

XVIS, XX6P, XXVI5, 7H;CPro i, 

X I, 2, 3, etpas., XIII 2; D III 5(?), 

IV II 
As noun vi^ithout Art. XI 6 
Optative CXIII 12 S-sl^aaiev; D IV 4 

anoxQLVoixo, VI i xalQOiq, 12 yLV(b' 

axoL 
Participle 

Unnecessary XI 3 oV, XIII 2 ovta 

Future of purpose D VII 3 
Perfect for Abrist II 9CL; D I 3, II 6, 

8, 9, II 
Subjunctive 

With av, idv, el, €(og, 'cva, dTKog, wg 
c/. supra Adverbs 

Hortatory D VI 7 

In oath P XXV 8 

Prohibitions I 12, 13, V 10, 11, VI 6, 
XV 4P, XVIII 18 {bis\ XXII 5; C 
XIII 3 



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a xal p' XVIII 38 

jipt^Ed-ipov XXV 2 HP, -e^t&ov Q 

"A^eXovd- XXV 2 Q, cf. 'Af^sXovS- 

"A^gaaii XVIII 22 P 

'A^lov[S) XIII 2 L 

ayyelog v. XVIII 15 and Index III 

"AyXa C XIII 6 

'Ayxovliov XVIII 37 P, cf. AxoiVSwO- 

!A6wva-^l P XVIII 14, 17, cf. Udcovat 

"idaivatXVlll 14 H, ddwvdv 'L, XVIII 
17 A, 'A6tt)va^X P, XVIII 36 H, ddo- 
va^d- P 

deviov Sig A, T, V^ 

deQiov XVIII 28 H, dgvlov P 

'A'QaiiX VII 7 

aiao) Sig A, T [lao)\ V^ 

AlywxE^ag XVIII 3 P 

did Sig A, V^ 

did) Sig A 

^^cfV^^**? tfat'iMWV IX I, X 8 

'^jcou^ra^a^A XVIII 13 L 

\4xxovfiB XVIII 28H, xxovfis L, ctpftov 
(Uev P 

LdAcJ^ XVIII 25 HP, <5A«^ L 

dXaxaQtavase I 9C 

^Afv^^^ XVIH35H, dXlBPOQl^ P 

kUa^owA XVIII 30P, cf. KaXa^aiiX 

jiXXepOQlS- XVIII 35 P, cf. 'AXevQi^d' 

clfxa^a V 4 

jifxeXovS- XXV 2, cf. 'A^eXoi^^ 

jifie/J-cov C X 16, dfiacfxaiv V 

idjMTECfr^our C X 20 

(JvacJO- XVIII 40 

kvar^sS- XVIII 29 

*!4vfT C X 45 

"Avoof/jg XVIII 33 P, aarjj^ H 

livztvadg C X 42T, cf. jizaviavovg 

'A^TjO^v^XVUlsiH. <pf}^, d^i(j)<p^Ld-V 

^And^ XVIII 32 H, agna^ P 

jindztj VIII 3, 5 

i47roA;Jr C X 23 

!4^a?JA XVIII II 

dgagd dgagi^ XVIII 29 H, agaga xd- 
QaQa P 



"AQay\> XI 4, ^(ifl- P 
dt^rftjjrf XVIII 40 H, dgSov P 
dqvlov XVIII 28 P, cf. deglov 
"AQTia^ XVIII 32 P, cf. k7t«| 
M^TOffaTjA XVIII 7 A {bis\ L, apcoTo- 

aajJA, dgaxooaiiX P, a^aa?J^ L 
k(7i8A C X 38 
"Aa^ioSaioq V 1, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, ^Aa- 

GfJLo6B(b C X 7UVW. dcfiodeoq T 
'Aatagd)d- C X 21, 24T, cf. ^AoTSQwd" 
'AazsQad)^ Ylll 10 PW, daveQaid- Y, 

cf. TcegacoS^ 
k(TT£(>c&^ C X 24 V, o szBQog ^AaxaQO)^ 

T, affzTJ/paJ^ W 
kravtavov? C X 42 VW, cf. ^Avtivabg 
"AxQa^ XVIII 20P, cf. KazQd^ 
Av6a(XBQ)d- XVIII 26 H, avfiadecod- L 
Av&dSfjg XVIII 27 H, cf. Mav^wtfw 
Avro&id^ P, avrw^ H, XVIII 38 
jicpaQQxp XIII 6P 
'Ax<ovs(aS- XVIII 37 H, dtyxo*'^^'*' ^ 
«ftja Sig A, L (aa>«(y), T 

pak XVIII 16P 

5a?«?«5- XIV 7 

BaX^iOvX VIH 9P 

BaQOVXt^X VIII 6C, -xta'JA H, -;^io:- 

BaQaa<paiiX XVIII 6 (iJw), -<ia^ai\X L 

BesXlepovX III 1, 3, 4, 5 C, 6, IV 2, 
VII I, 2, 4P, 9, 10, IX 8, XVI 3 A, 
5P; C IX 9T, Xi; ^eXt^s^ov^Xn 
III I, etc., V III 3; ^esX^e^oviX L 
saepe, peX^e^ovX W III 3 

^F.LQaa^es IV 8V°, C XI 6, cf. ^nQoa- 
^ee, -pseX 

BsX^iX XVIII 12 

^nQoa^ES C XI6, -/?eeA IV 8W°, CXI 
6W, ^EiQaafiss V, ^jjgtppEE T 

piavaxid- XVIII 40P, cf. Miaved- 

pio)VLX Sig L(?), A {^iQ)Vid), V^* (/9iO- 

^o9^A, BoO'od^i^X XVIII 17P, cf. *o- 



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^oX^ol d-aXdao'^g VI 10 
-^oi5;iCXi9, VII6VW 

BovXdovfii^X XVni 22P, cf. Mode^^X 
: fovXtaXd VII 6 

BQiad'dq X 1 1 H, ^laO-aov^X L, pQisd> 
P, BQiaQioq Bn 

Bvlov^. ij Xni 3H, cf. '0/?vgov^,. l4/9i;- 

Va§QiiiX XVni 6 

rXaiiexiiiX VIII 5 H, cf. AapLSX^iiX, XXa- 

fisi^X 
. yXdvog V 9 

J«Jv XVIII 20 A 

sd^vTj xvm 15 

SfKipvtbv I3W, cf. 6La<p. 

■dexavog XVIII 4 

rfftTTitJ^w XVI 3P; CX I, 2, etc.; D I 10 

Seajiozeia C IX 10 

dtd^oXog III S^C, XV 11, XXII 20B; 

D I 5, U 7, 9, III I, 2, 3 
Sta<pva>v I 3 V, cf. rfa^v. 
^//%o$ XVIII 3P 
dogbv XVIII 1 1 H, cf . I^<pavS(bQ 
Sovvri XVin2iP 
SovQov XVHI 23 
SgaxovTOTtaig V 4 LP 
d^axovtonovg V4HIC 
SQdxwv VI 10, XII I, 6, XIII 5P, XIV 

i; CX40 
/IvvafiiQ VIII 3, 10; C IX 9U 
^afiig cf. Index III 

iaeXVlUisH, has L, las F 

'EX^ovqI<ov IX 7 P 

IXsiiB' VI 8 P, cf. "EXiot 

"EXx^v C X 17 

'EXriiavipri^X C XI i V, cf. Evx'C,. 

"EXwiYlSU iXmd- H, iXsi^d- P; Sig 

L(?). A, T, Vr 
'Efi/iavov^X VI 8, XI 6, XV II 
%avd-d XVIII 30 H, ivevovd^ P 
'Ey^ipiyog XV 2;P 
J(ig C X 41 



!^VTStav9Ji^;t C XI 1, iXx^iav^TjiX V, 
^VT^ttv^i^A W, x'^iav<pdX T 

^^p^g VIII 3, 6, 8 

^iQi.<pog C IX 9 

^Egfi-^v C IX9T 

*'fi'()a>$? XIV4 

"^EaneQla VI 7 A 

'Etpmnag VI 5, XII 4, XXII 18, XXIV 
I, XXV 7; "EipLmtag D VI 9, 10, ir, 
12, 13 

ZapaQ'Qng C XII 6 

^a^ovrjj XVIII 21 P 

ZcJA)? VIIIs, 8, II C 

'QiC.apov XVIII 21 A 

ZvyoQ XVni 3P 

t,o)6Laxdg XVIII 4P 

Sy'cJiOV II 2; C XH6 

Z(OQ<i)iiX XVIII 19P, cf. 'PiC^w-iiX 

fifiixQixaXog VIII 6, 7 
^^a> Sig A, cf. Iq6) 

^aXXdX VII 6 

ia^ XVIII 1 6 A, cf. ia8 
Icisib XVIII 16P 

"idr, XVIII 18 

ca^ao) Sig V^ 

'/a5-fti^ XVIII 27 P, cf. 'laoiQ^ 

'laxd}^ XVIII 22F 

'lafiiS' XVI 6 LP, la^i H 

"la^ IX 8 P 

7aT^fJ| XVIII 20 L, cf. KaxQd^ 

lao) XVIII 16 L, Sig T 

'Icca)d- XVIII 13P, oa^awd^ H, XVIII 

25 A, £«da»^ P 
ISiovS- XIII 3H, cf. k^?oii^ 
Zfa^ XVIII 15L, ^ae P, cf. iai 
IsiXip XVIII 16P 
^IsQond XVIII 21 L, IsQondx H, ^e(»o- 

jiavJA P 
ls(b XVHI 15 LP, ^f(i H, 16H 
IHd' XVIII 16P 
Zov Sig T 
iovda XVIII 21 A, iov6a^it,7i P 



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'lovMX XVin 9P, cf. KacQw^avov- 

SdXov 
Iqo} Sig T, cf. iiQO) 
laa&x XVIII 22 P 

^x&Qoyav C X 12T, cf. N xaQO>yav 
"iX^vov XVIII 36 P, ix&vog H 
'IxBvQ XVIII 3 P 
l<O€t08 Sig A, V^ 
i(as)ik XVIII 16P 
iwso) XVIII 15H, cf. led) 



Kai^io^avovSdkov XVIII 9 H, xaiQi^e- 

vov6dX(i)V L, lovddX P 
Kaxlatrj Vni 3, 1 1 
KfxXat,a^X XVIII 30 H, dXXat,o6X P 
KavcovrjX VIII iiV, xavygy^X W 
Kaga^X XVni 12 
ICapaTi C X 27 
KdQXivoq XVIII 3 P 
KaazisX C X 39 
KaxavixoiariX XVIII 15HLP, also ;?«- 

vixota^X L, r/;cora^A H 
Kazgd^ XVIII 20 H, taT(>cE| L, «T^a^ P 
KXw&d> VIII 3, 7 
pfOPf XVIII 32 
KoQV<p^ dgaxovrmv XII 6 
Kov/isXf^X Kovfievta-^X XVIII 19 P, cf. 

SovpeXtl 
KovQxa^X XVIII 1 3 HP, xo(pxaiiX'> H, 

KqlvsX C X 29 
Kgidq XVIII 3P, 4 
XQOXoq VI 10 
Kgovog XV 5 

KxOVflSj cf. l4.XTOVf/6 

KwdTtr^yog XVI 4 (-ov) H, p^uvo^ttyo 
L, xvvdnaozov P, Kwdanaaxov Cr, 
1. xwda^ccxov'? 

Kv(t>v X I, 2, 8 



Aafisxii^X VIII 5 C, Xa^^xaXaX P, cf. 

Aaaagdx C X g 

Afyfwv XI 3 (<5/j), 5 (^if>), 6, 7 
Asixovgyoq XVIII 37 H, Xvxovgyog P 



^^£;iCX34V, vBVsXW, dsX^ijXj 
Aeovxo(p6QOv XI 4P, Xeovx6<pqov A 
XI 4, 7, Xeovx6fiOQ<pog P 

^fpw^;i xvm 18, ^ox;i)}rf p 

^ewv XVIII 3P, Sig A, T, V^ 
Xl^avog VI 10 
Al^ TsxQa^ VII 4 

AOVTIT^X C X 22 

AvxovQyog XVIII 37 P, cf. Aux. 
Xvxvog VI 10 

liayaxd I 3 C 

Maymx C X 26 TV, ^wayor W 

Maxaxdx C X S2T, /laxxaxdx W, fjta- 

Xccxdx V 
^cJA^ XVin 36 H 
Mav^adco XVIII 27 L, av^arf^? H, vs- 

<pd-a6a P 
MagSigo) XVIII 23 P, fiaSovcoQ H, ^ay- 

dga^ovQOvv L 
MaQfxaQaa)[^) XVIII 28, 33 
MaQfiagdi^ VIII 7 V, fiagf^agoiod- W, 

fiaQXVQOiO- H, ^BXVQOv L, fzagfici- 

gdd- P 
Maxaxdx cf. Maxaxdx 
Max^ov XVII I L 
Maxi^wvfx VniSC 
Ma^'^'^i"^^ C X 3 

Jfcivyer C X 40 W, fzfjvyet V, fxivyox T 
fieXno} XVIII 40 H, (iriXxco P 
;M£A;(c(A VII 6, /^fAxcJy W, t^sXx&yt V 
IffAxov VIII 8H, fieXxoviiX L 
MsxaHa^ XVUI 14 
firiXxib cf. fi§Xn<s) 
MtavsS' XVIII 40 H, ^lavaxld^ P 
Mitvyor cf, (Mffvy^ 
Migayxovg C X 43 W, cf. MvQayxovg 
MiQaxlrieX C X 36W, cf. i»/v^«r?t^^ 
iWf;ta3jA I 6, II 4A, 5I, XVm 5; D H 6 

III 2 
Mo6Ep^X XVIII 22 H, //orffjJA L, ^ovA- 

Sovfx^X -^ 
MjtTjXsx C X 8 
MvgayxovQ' C X 43 V, fivQaxhg T, 

^i^. W 
MtJ^«r?i^A C X36V, fxvgdxisX T, /^c 



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Na^iX C X49VW, va^dX T 
Na&d}&(o XVIII 24 H, vaS-aS'(b{'^) L, 

va69-y va^dS- P 
NanaXaiscov C X 51VW, vafinaXai- 

xov T 
UfanovQ C X 4 
vd^Soq VI 10 
iVaj^TiifA CIX9T 
NaxtisX CIX9T 
iVevfA cf. yleVfA 
Ns^d-a6a cf. MavS-arfw 
Hiixotd'^l XVIII 15H, cf. Kazavix. 
NTaQ(oydv C X 12, trapoyav T 

'O^SovS- XIII 3P, cf. k/^^ov^, 5v?ov^ 

mx C X 33 

'OeXi^v^X cf. ^eveA 

'0;i(ifl- cf. U^rfd- 

OvoffpceAtg IV 2, 4, 'OvoaxeXov IV 2 WC°, 
4WT°W° 

'O^isvg C X 15 

'0()w'ag I 2, 4H, 10, 14 H, II I, 9, III I, 
3, 4PC, IX 3, XX 6, ii; Dili 1,4, 
IV 4, s, 6, 7, 12, 13, 18, Vll I, 2, 3, 

'OpOTTeA XVIII 8P, o^OTtoXog L, a^o- 
^EoAov H 

ov Sig A, T, V (^v) 

OvXeog C X 28 

ouvtou Sig A, T, V^^ {ovvTj) 

OvQi^X II 4Q, 8, VIII 9P, XVIII 7, 9H, 
XVIII 27 H id^i^X) L; ov^ov^X II 4C, 
VIII 9 A, XVing, XVin27P; ov- 
QOveX II 7 L, XVIII 7 L ; ovgiped VIII 9C 

Ov^ojjA XVIII 5L, ov ovQov H, cf. 

6ip9-aXfi6q, 6 TioXvnad^g XVIII 39 

TtaAmovA I sC 

JlaXitLBX C XII iT, cf. BaXtLsX 
UaXxd<pwx£ C X 46 VW, 7iaXta(pdxe T 
ffa^rtU TXa^idX C XII iVW, IZaAt- 

TteA T?. T, XIII 12 TtaTif'A V, naX- 

tte W 

//avwv C X 18 



/7a(>^A C X 6, TtaQBXxoQlov T 

na^d-evog II 2, XVin 3P 

Tlaxixfl VI 8 H, TtatixeX L, cf. ytev- 

UsXojv C X 13 

7Cf vTcA^a Sig B 

TleQawS- Vni loH, tcsqemQ- L, cf. karc- 

7t£V(yrt;ca> yi8P, cf, Ilaxix^ 
Iliaxtjipovfi I 9W, TuaxtQovfA. V 
nXdvT] VIII 3, 9 

noTt,ki£Q C X44VW, ;toT5moe T 
JIx€Qod^nx<ov XIV 3 

Paafxex C X loUW, Qasfih V, pat- 
ter T 
'P«i/9doe X 4 
'Pa^ XI 4P 
"Pa^avaiiX XV 6, 7 
"PatovQ}d' XVIII 26 H, ^ai^w^ L 
"PaQidBQtq XVIII 25 A, ^op^^ P 
"Pa(panX V9, Xni 6, XVni 8, 23P 
"PlQw^X XVIII 19H, (-a>e;i) L, ?tt>(io>?j;iP 
^Podnx C X 5 

'Po^A^rf XVIII 18P, cf. ^f()G>)JA 
^Pva^ XVIII 5 P [bis), cf. Oi)()o;};i 
Qv^ XVIII 24 — 40, sometimes qL^i or qt^^ 

Sa^a^X XVIII loP, oa^ai^X L, <jyE- 

Scc^ccttiS' XVIII 13, ciJlaSd', XVIII 15, 

16, 28P, Sig A, T, V^ 
Safia^X D VII 2, 4, 5 
SavacovisX C X 37 

^arcapar^^A C X 47 VW, aaQax^X T 
Sa^axiiX C X 35 
^aTc^A C X 50 VW, T«<Ja)JA T 
2ci<pai^X cf, JJa^aj^X 
Sa<p&0Qa^XXVlIli6A, &a<paS-0Qa7'jXP 
asQaq)ifj. XVIII 34 
^exagdX C X31 

SXOQTIIOQ XVIII 3 P 

2ov}£Xxl XVIII 1 9 A, xovfzsXxi^X P 

aovyf a>« Sig A, aoviewd T, aovyf co V^ 

SovTii^X C X 14 

axaxxii VI 10 



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avQ}>v XVin 23 P 

S^pavSmQ XVIII iiP, doQdv H, (pav- 

6<o^6v L 
Sg>epa^X cf. Sa^a^X 
Sq}6vdovai^XXVlll loP, aipBvSsvai'jl'H.; 

(pevdovai^X L 
a<p^v7iQ XVin 23 P 
afp^ayl^ct) cf. Index III 

rayid-a/xdv VII 6VW 

rdX Va 6H 

Ta^aevq C X48W, tagasq V 

Tatfa^JA C X 50T; cf..2:ara^A 

TavQOQ XVin 3 P 

ThQa^ cf. ^/| 

T?a^cEA C XII i, XIII 12, 13, cf. 77aA- 

Ti^EQeTtoveg C Xii, -wvfg UW 
TSiffv^f^ C X I TV, ^-^av. UW, XI i T, 

cf. 'EXzt,Lavq)idX 
To^dxTiq XVIII 3P 
Tovy^X C X 30 ' 

'r(fpo;c6og II 2 (^^), XVIII 3P 
viol Sa^adfd- XVIII 15T, 16 A 



<p(xd-txXd I 9 C 

^axaveX C X 32 

4>avd(OQ6v XVTII 1 1 L, cf. S^avdio^ 

0aQdv C X 2 

^evdevarjX XVIII 10 L, cf. 2<pevd. 

^^d- XVIII 3 1 P, cf. ^A^ria^vQ' 

^Tjaixi^id- XVIII 34P, cf. 4>vaimQ^ 

0^7]V86d- XVIII 39 H, tpd^vod- P . 

g)vi]6iafi6q XVIII 32 

^vovvjy^fjJA XVIII 24 H, gyvowifpa^X L, 

(pvovvo^orioX P 
^o^oS^X XVni 17 A, |9o5^A P 
4*6vog IX 2 
^voixoQ^S^ XVIII 34 H, cf. 4>?jatxLQsd- 



XCiXxoq XVIII 28 

Xatfiirjv C IX9T 

XeQOV^l[i XVIII 34 

XXafieiiX VIII 5 L, cf, rXa(iB%iiiX 

til XIII 6P 

XiW(y' VI 8P, XI 6P, XV IIP 



a>^fV« XVIII 38 P, cf. a' 



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"Afiareg XVII 2 

a^vaaoq II 8 BC 

aya^^o? ~ scQELxxoiv D II i 

tt/aAAiattj XIX i P 

ayav 1 1 1 

dyandQ)li, 2, 3, 3L, XXVI i,2,5H, 7H 

^yttTtJy C X 36 

dyanrixdq D I 2 

i^yyf tov XV 9 P, XVI 7, XXV 7 B 

ayyeXoq TV 10, V 3, 5, 9, VI 2, 8; C 

XII 4, XIII 5; DI4, 7, 8, 118; Tit 

B, I, Sig C, ei pas. 
dyswTjzog I 3C; C IX 9 
ayioq IV 12, V 9L, VI 4, 8, XX 14B, 

XXVI 8H, 9H, loH; C X 53; D n 8, 

III 6 



dyxa)v IV 5 P 

ayvl^w C XII 5 

aypioq C X 3 

dyQLOQ) XIII 5 

dy^oq VII 5, XX 17 

dygvTCvla XVIII 32 

dyxdvi] IV5PCC°; C XI 4 

aym I 12BC, 13C, II 5B, 9, III 7; C 

XI 8; D II 7, etpas. 
dyoivtCfOfiat II iL; D IV 15 
^ASdfi D II 2, 13 
ddandvTixoq C X 53 
"AddQscng XXII iHQ, -Qfig P 
ddeXtp-fi VIII 8 C 
d6eX(p6q VIII 8, 9 
qdriq D IV 14 



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i>6iaXsi7tro>g III 7 

&dLX6(o xviiis, 7; Dins 

Sidixia XIII4, XVIIIisP 
SSq) D VIII 2 

krftt>Vffi' C XIII 10, cf. Index II 
^CiXXIIsQ 
hiSLO<; XXII 5 H 

MQiog XVI 3i XVIII 3, XXII i, XXIII 2, 
XXIV iH; TitB 

degiazoq* XXIII 2 P 
arjd^Q D II 2, 4 
afjSwg D II 3 

^^p VII I, XX 15B, XXIV iQ, 2Q, 3, 
' 4; C Pro 3, X 2, 41, 44; D VI 13, 14 
a^tZTjtoq XV 5 
&Hvaxoq D VI 17 
mfJLLXoq X2P, XX 4 
Unoq VI 3 
^^BQanevTOq IX 7 
(id-eafioq X2; D I4, 6 
a^ed)QTjxoq C X 31, 53 
'd^Xioq XX 7, XXVI 6Q; D IV 6 
a^gdoq D II 10 
aBvfila I 3 L 
alyiaXoq II 5 
Aiyvnxtoq XXV 6, 7 
^lywrro^ XXV 3, 4 
aW XXVI 5; C IX 10 
alfioQaaiai'?) XVIII 31 P 
aifio^goog XVIII 31 H 
aivio) XII 5 
a?(>f«^te VI 4P, VIII 5 
aiQio) C XII 5 

atQO) II 5, X 9, XII 4, XXIII 3; D I 5, 
VI 10 

aizsa) IX i 

aJJtla XI 2 

al<pvi6iQ)q XX 18Q 

alxfiaXwala C X 36 

at/(W«Aa>ros C X 14 

atW I I, XVIII 2, 31 P(?), XXIV 2 Q, 

XXV 8B, XXyiSB, 9H; C Pro 4; 

D VI 14 
aldtvwq XXVI 8H; C Pro i 
diedd-aQToq II 5L, HI 7, XXVI 8H; D 

II 4, HI I, IV 12, 13 



kxaiQog IV 8 

dxaXXwTtiotog D II 2 

otxatdQyTjzoq XV 5 

CLxi<paXoq IX i ; C X 3 

dxoXovMo) III 4 

dLxoXovQ-og I 14L 

dxovzi^o) VII 8 

dxovaroq XXII iB 

ttpfouw I 2, 3C, 4, 5, 9, 12, II 5, VI 10, 
IX 5, XV 4, XVIII 5, XXII I, XXV I, 
XXVI 6Q; C X II, 22, XIII i ; D IV 
14, ei paA, 

fXxQa XXIII 3 

axQaxog XVIII 31 

axQi^^q D IV I, -tt>? X 6, XXIV 2 

axQig XXVI 4. 5H, Vin iiP 

dxQOaZTJqi^) IV 8 H 

dxQOymviaXog XXII 7, 17; D VI 10 

axQOv VII 6; D I 12, II 4 

&xztGzoq C Pro 2 

c(;fG);ioet XII 2P 

'dxojv C XII 6 

aXaAtt^w I2L, VI9 

aXyB(o II 3, XVIII 5 P, 27, 28 

JxXyriaiq XIII 4 

(iA^^gm XIV 5 

«A7?^g V II, XVI4P, XX8P, 2j; C 
XII 5 

dXn&tv&g C XIII 8 

dXri&(bg XX 8 H, XXIII 4 

aXlaxofiai Vin 7H. 

aXxi/xoq I lA 

«AAa cf. Index I, Adverbs and Con- 
junctions 

dXXdaao) VIII 4 

«U^;ia>v CX3: D IVi 

^AAoiOo) V 7, XVIII 30 

ttUog Vni I, 8, XV 5, XVIII 40; C X 

28, 45) XI 5, XIII 4; D I 13 
dXXoZQioq XXVI 3 
dXX6g>vXoQ VI 4P 
aXoyoq C X 8 
aXg XVin 34 
ciXvatdioxoq XXI 3 
aAvatg XV 7 
ccAv(j(;oe(?) II 6 L 



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akvToq V II, XV 15 

a/jta I iiL; cf. Index I, Prepositions 

afjiaQxrifia D I 6, 11 

kfiaQxla V 8, VT 4P 

a^eXso) I 9H 

CLfxiiV I 1, XXVI 9H; C Pro 4 

dfivdq D I 10 

afJiOQ<poq XVIII i 

afi<p6x8Qoq XXIV i, XXV SB 

av cf. Index I 

avd cf. Index I 

dva^alva) XVI 3, XX 14 

avdfiaaiq XX 16 H 

avafiipdiw XXV 7 ; C X 2 

dvayyekko) C X i, XII i, DI 8, II 8 

avaytvotaxd) 

6 dvayivcbasewv L I 2, II 5, 6, V 9, 

12, VI 10 
dvayvovq XXII 6; D VI 3 

dvayscd^Q) VII 8, XXIII 3P, XXVI 3B, 
XXVI 6 

dvdyo) II 6, 9 1, XXII 8B, XXIII 2P, 
XXIV I ; C X 41 

dval^tjT£(o C XII I 

dvdO'Tjfxa T> II i 

dval^Eoiq XIII 4 

dvai^io) X 3, XVII 2, 3, XX 7, 13; 
C X29 

dvaxakvjiTO) VI 3P 

dvaxXlvQ) D 11 9 

dvaxQa^w I 12 Q III 4, IV 11 

dvaxpavyd^Q) VI 9 P 

dvaxgivo) I 3 A 

dvaXTL^(j) I I L 

dvaxvXivdsQ)* XIV iP 

dvakiaxco XIV 5 

ava;r«v(7(? XX 16, XXVI iQ; D IV 16 

dvanavo) I 4, XIX i P 

dvan^ddd) IX 3 

dvaTtxEQOoi XXV 5 

dvanxvaaw XXII 6P 

av«7trtt? VT loL 

dvaando) D VI 13 

dvdazaaiq C XII 3 

ttvaar^JlAw XVIII 29 H 

dvaGXQi(po} XVIII 12 L 

avcTToAjJ IX 7 P 



dva.xoXi.x6q C X 15 

dvaxQipo) V 12 

dvatpalvco C X 3 

dva<pi^(t} (?) dva<p6Qsatv X 9 L 

ttva^o^eue X 9P 

ttvcyo^ov XXI 2B 

dv<xX(OQB<o XIII 3P, XVIII 5ff. [pas\ 

XX 10 
dvax(OQlq{'>) XVIII 37 H 
dvay)vx<o D IV ii 
dv6QayaB-ia C X 9 
dveyeiQo) D II i, m 3, vi i 
dviXTtiGxoq XX 20 

otvf^o? XXII 2, 3; C X 18, 37; D VI I 
dvevSoxoq XI 2 
dveQfii^vevxoq D VIII 7 
dvsQXOfxai XI I L, XVI 4, XX 11, XXUIs, 
^ XXV I, 6, 7; C X 44; D IV 14, VI 7 
aveaig VI toP 
«V£TOff II 6 
av£v cf. Index I 
dv6x<o XIII 3P 
aVTjpoq II 3 C 
ttViJp V 4L, XIV 4, XV 10, XVIII 22; 

C X 29, 30; D I 2, ni 8, IV I, VI II 
dv^io) C X 6 
<xvQ-Qa^ V 9 

dv&QoSmvog XX 13P; C IX lo 
dv&^Q)7tiv(oq C X 3 
dvd-Qwn6ijLOQ<poq XVIII i 
av^Q(07ioq n 3, IV 5, 6; C X 3, 30; 

D I 5, 6 ^/?/aj, 
dv&Q(07idx7iq V 5, XVIII 42 
dvlazoq XVIII 20, 23 
dvifido) VII 6 
<xw(TTct(w VIII 10 
dviaxrifit II I, III 4, VII 3, XX iP, XXII 

I3> 17. 18; r> I II 
ttvodo^ IX 5 P, XVI 4P 
dvolyvv/j,i D VI 4, 7 
dvoixodofiBO) I I, D III 8 
dvofxia D I 7 
avTi C XI 8 
dvxiki]tpiq XX 17 
dvxmaXalo) XXV 4 
«vr//f/^ I 2, 4 
«vr/;Cfi()Oj' I 2W, 4C 



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I37HC 



iiVtlx£^QO(; I 2, 4 

Ww D IV II, VI 8 

Hva) V 12L, Vn I, 2, XX 15; D I 13, 

VI 8, VIII 5 
^vwB-sv cf. Index I 
^va><ps^^?j avaxp^Qeaiv'i X 9H 
a^ibXoyoq D V i 
Urn I I 

^^t^u) Vii, XX 15 
hU<oixa V4 

«o()aTO? I 2L, XIII 5P; C Pro 2 
(J6(>i(rroe XV 5 

Aitayo) I 12A, 13, X 5, D VII 6 
«?ra/p^ XXVI 6 
cj^rate XX 20 
^waireo) III 7 
(i;ravT?i C X 4 
^;ta(>«^X£j;^T(we I 3 C 
anaq I 3C, XHI 6P, XIX 2P, XXV 6, 

XXVI 6Q; C XII i, XIII 14 
^naxam IV 6 C, D I 2 
amz£d)V C XIII I 
ttTtt^TJ? VIII 5; C XIII 9 
ATisdtjTixdq V 2 
hieifii D I 5 
te()ycJ5o^«£ D II 4 
msQtvo-^zog C Pro 2 
aiti^XOiiai pas, 
ankaloq XXIII iB 
KTTtffr^o XV 13, XXII 12 
aTtXwfia XVI iP, XXI 3B 
and cf. Index I 
anb^aaiq XV 13 
anoyovoq II 4, XXV 2P 
a7toyQd<p(o XXVI 8B 
ajiodsixwfii XXII 1 1 P 
an66si4iq XXII 15H, XXIV 3 
btoSixofiaL XVI I P 
amdidwfit I iC, 2L, 12P, XXII 6 
^7to6oxifi&l(o XXin 4; D VI 10 
viTfo&v^axQ) XX 13B, XXVI 9H; C Pro 

I, C Xni 2; D IV 10, Tit C, V 
aTCoseaUnxio I 3C; C XIII 10 
htoxHfiai XII 4; D I 12 
^noxXenxo) XVIII 30 

^TtOXQlVO) II 2, V 3, VII 3, 4, XI I, 
'XIV2P; DIV4 



anoxQLGtq I 4H 

anoXQVTCXO) C Pro 4, XIII 2 V 

oL7t6xQV(poq C X 53 

CLTtOXXElvO) VIII 9, XXII 2 

aTtoksiTtat D IV 9 
aTtdXXvfii VI 4P; D VI X 
cCTtokoyeofxat V 6 
aitoXoyla XV 13, XX 5 P 
dndXvaiq I 4A 

a7i;o;iT;w I 4, XXIt 11; D IV 18 
aTtOfiSQiQm VIII 8P 
anovoia XX 4 
anons^Tto) IX 7 P 

aTEOTt^CCJ'CCW VIII 9 

anoTtvlyoi II 2 

«;ro(Trar75 C XIII i 

anooxeXXoi I 7, XII 5, XVI 4P, XVIII 

29P, XXII I, 3; C XIII 12; D I 3, 116, 

VI I, 2 
anoaxofiaxtC^o} XVIII 21 L 
aTCoaxQe(pa} XVII 4 
a7toa<paXl^w C XIII 2W 
aTtoaxi^o) VIII 8 PC 
anoxeXim VI 4, XXII 5P 
djtoxkfxvat IX 6 

anoxL^TifjLL XVI 7, XXIII 4B, XXV 8B 
aTCO<palvo) XX 6P 
mtbipaaiq II 6L, XX 12- D IV 8 
a'JtOXO>QB(i> XIII 3P 
oi7toX(OQlt,a) V5Q 7P, 8, VIII SLP''; 

C X 53 
aUQaxxoq XIII 3 

ayrrfl* II 3, VI 10, VII 5, XVIII 24P 
aiCfbXEia VI 4 P, XIII 4, XXVI 5Q 
OLQalz'L, XIV 4, XXII 12B; DIV4 
liQapia II 5, XII 4, XXII 2, 4, 12, 19, 

XXIV I, XXV iQ 
"Agaxp XXII i, 9, 15, 16; D VI i, 3 
aQyvQiov I 12, 14, XVIII 44, XIX 2, 

XXI iB, XXUiiB; CX4,34;D VI2 
(i^yvQOq XVI iP; C X 23 
aQyv^ovq XXI 3 
aQi^(x6q XXVI i ; C IX 9 
c(.QxiQ) XIV 5 
^J();fOc C XII 6 
aQ^a VI 10; C X 41 
^Aqo Sub V 



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aQ7tdt,<o VII 7 
aQQSvopaxla VI 4P 
^QQTixoq D VIII 7 
aQG£VLx6q I 7 
(k^ariv I 7 B 
'k^JTf^ig VTII 1 1 

aQxayyeloq I 6, U 4, 5, 7, V 9P, VII 7, 
XXU 20B, XXV 2P, XXVI 9H; D II 

^ 5, m 2 

aQX^^fxxoq D I 2 

CLQX^ in6W, XII 4, XX 15, XXIII 2; 

C xni3 

apX^^^Z^'-^'??* I iC 

'dgxoi V 9L, VI 9, Vm 5, XII 4; C Pro 

5, C X14; D I II, VIII 3 
'dQXOiV n 9. Ill 5^ 6V, XVI 3P, 5P; 

C X14, 25, XII 5; D I 12, Vi, VII 
^ 2, 5. 8 

aa&XevToq C XIII 5 
aa^saroq XI 7 
aaiifjLavToq C XIII 13 
(karimoq XIX 2P 
aa&ivsia XX 17; C X 39 

«ff^fV£tt> I 2C 

aa^fvjje XVm 34 H, XXVI 6B 

aoxoq XXII 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18 

XXIII 3B, XXV 7B; D VI 3, 4, 5 
'AOfia xibv ccofidrwv D VIII 2 
dOTta^fidqCi) XVIII 21 P 
da7taafi6q{7) XVni2iH 
jiaav^ia V loP 
AaavQiot V lo 
doT'iiQ XX 12B, 14B, 16, 17; C X 2; 

D IV 16, 17 
koxoxifo XVIII 28 
aoxQani] IX 7, XX 17 
aaxQOV IV 6, 9, V 4, VI 7, VII 6, VIII 

4, X 2, 3, XIV 3, XX 12H; C XI 5 
davvetoq XXVI 5 
da<pdX6ia C XII i 

dag)a^q C X 53, XIII 2W {doq}£Xsaxe' 
^ QOq) 

da<paXl'C,o} D VI 5 
aa<paXxoq XVI 7 
da^aXibq IV 12L, XXII 15 
dawpiaxoq II 5 L 
ctawroe XXVI 5B 



^rfvt^a* XXIV 5 P 

(irov^w XX 16, XXII 20B {^dxovboif, 

dxQavfidxiaxoq C XIII 13, 14 ^ 

avy^ C Pro 2 

av&ddeia XVUI 14A 

av;.)} I 14B, II iP 

av^a VII 3, XXII 2 

avr/za C XII 6 

ccvxoq cf. Index I Pronouns 

dtpaiQio) I 4; D I II 

dtpaviiq VI 8 

dcpavfQo} V 7, XVIU 40; C XIH 4 

d(p8Xiiq C XIII 2 

(i(p£aiq VI 10 A 

«^£yy?j5 D IV 9 

a^jj C XII 5 

a^iVt I2L, IV 8; D IV9 

dcplaxrifjit XXVI 7B; D IV 4, 5 

ci^JVU) XXIV I H 

d<p6Q7ixoq V I3P^; D IV 9 

«^0()jwacw{?) XI 2 L 

dqiQiQm XII 2 

dtpQOVifioq* C X 5T 

dxccv^q C XII 2 

dwQia IX 6, XVH 2, XX 7P, 13B, 17B 



BadX XXVI 6B 
fiaXavetov XVUI 21 ; D I i 
fidXXo) V 12 L, XVI 7, XVIII 34 
^aQvq n 5L, XVm 43P: D IV^ 
^aaavl^o) V 5, XI 6, XVI 5P 
^daavoq I 3 
paaldfoxoq* XXI 3 Q 
^aaiXela I 14BC, XV 8, 12, XIX i, XXI 
4B, XXV 9B(?), XXVE I, 4H, 5, 7H, 
9H; C X24, Xni 7; DI 12, IV 5, 6, 

VI I, 2, VII 4, vni 2 

^aaiXeia, toc II iP; D Vin 4 

paalXsLOVj to V 5 

^aaiXeiq saepe 

^aaiXevo) C X 12; Tit AB, I 

PaatXixdq I 14 L, H i C, XIII 2; D VH 4 

^aalXiooa XIX 3, XXI i ; D V i 

^datq XX 16, XXI 3, XXIV 5 ; D IV 16 

^aaxalvct) XVIII 39 

^(xaxdt,ai I 14, W, XIV 4, XVIII 26 L, 



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XXm 2Q, 3, XXIV I, 2Q, 3> 4, XXV 
'c, 8; D VI 13, 14 
^aax&o)* I hV 
BsUa^ D I 2, 5 
^^Xoq XXVI 5 

fiifia VI iP, xin 2P, XX 6P, xxn 17 
\^^^ xvin 25 p 

l^iiaom XVIUssP 

l^/ani4, XX13B, XXII II 

fi^Uov XVm 23P; C XIU 4 

'^Xa^eQ6qlX6, XVIH 20P 
l^lmxo} IV6, X3 

^X^fjina V 2, 3 

; ^Xiito) V 2I, IX 3, 4> XIII 7; C Pro i 
I CX3, 22; DII2, IV 4, 9 
^loavQoq V 2I 

^oao) nsL, 6L; C XC7; D II 10 
^ j?o^^fi« II 7 

IfioTjd-eo} XVin 34, 36P; D I 3 
l^SX^txovi IV 8 
f^oA^fi VIioP 
l^oAos VI loA 
ipoTtQoawnog* XVIII iP 

po^etoq C X 17 

^ozdvTi I3C; C X6 

^bxavov C X 46 

^oxQvdov XVIII 37 

^ovXsvo) D IV 3 

/?oa?J Vn 4, XII 3 

povXrjaiq D I 3 

^ovXofiai I I L, IV I, XX 7, XXII 7, 
20P, XXni2B, 4B; C X32, XI I ; 
D 16, n I, IV I, u 

fiovvevQov V 7 

j9owd? D VI I 

^ovg Xm I A 

/?P^9)05 xni 3, 4 

^QiX<^ c X 7 

^^oroe V 7 P 

^Qvxaofiai XI i 

pQvxi^Ofxcci* {= PQVxdofiat) I 12L 

^Q&fia I iC 

^Q(j)x6v C XI 7, 9 

/^SttVfl* I 2 L 

i^?tov* XVIII 35, cf. Index IV, ^v^ 

M-oq VI 5, 6, XXIII 2Q, XXV iP 

?Q>^6q IX 5, XII 2 P 



rd^ cf. Index I 

ye cf. ibid. 

yeXdo) XX6P, 7: C X 3; D IV 5 

ysXwq XXVI 7B 

yefid(o* V 12L 

yeved C XIII 7 

yfveaAoy/a D I 12 

ysvsiov XVII 3 

yfvvaw IV 8, V 3, 10, IX 5P, XIII 6, 

XIV 4, XXU20; C XI6 
yivvfjoig C X 4 

y£VV^XQ)Q XX 4 

ysvoq V 3, VI 3, XI 4; D VI 14 

ye^cDV XX i, 7, 9H, 19, 20; D IV 6; 

lOf. 

y^ 16, 8, 12, 14, II I, 5, 8, 9, e( pas. 
ytjysvi^q V 3 
yrjQaioq XX i, 9P, 19B 
y^Qaq XX 3 P 
ylyaq XVH i P 

ylvofiai I 5, 8, 14 L, II 3, et pas. 
yivmaxcaVSi XV 4. XX iiQ, 21, XXVI 
8H; C XII5; D I II, VI 1,12 

yXovroq-f XIV 4 

yXv^^ I 6, Sig B 

yXvq)lg Sig A 

yXvipa? XVIII 28 P 

yvQ)fi7j C X 3 1 

yvwQl^Q) C X45i 46, 47. 48, 49 

yvoiatg C X 42 

yoyyv^Q) VIII 12P, IX 3 

yoTjq XIX 3 

yovsvq II 2 

ydvo? VI 3P, VII 5 PC 

yovv XVIII 24 

yovv cf. Index I 

ygdfifxa XVIII 37 P; C X 20, XII 6, 

XIII 12, 13, 14; D VIII 3 
yQafxpidxtov C XIII 11 
yQa<p-fi XXII iB, XXm 4; C Xni 13 
yQ&<po) XIII 6, XV 14, XVII 4, XVm 

saepe, XXVI 8H; C IX 10, XII i, XIII 

12, 13, 14 
yv^ivoq C X3; D I I, 5 
yvvaixoeidi^g XIII iP 
yvv^ IV 6, V 7P, 8P, XII 2, XUI i, 3 



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6, XIV 3, 4, XV I, XVm 22, XXVI I ; 

C X29, 30, 31, 34, XI 2, 5; D I I 
yvTTorfpog? {= vTtoTtrsQOg) II 3 C 
ywvla V 12 L, VII 5, XXn 7, 8B, XXIII 

2, 4: D VI 10 



Ja^id, cf. ^avElS, Sub V 

6ai(xovl'C,Ofiai XVII 3 

dai/zovixSg i 2 

daif^oviov saepe 

dalfj.(t>v saepe 

Sdx^v D I II, IV 2, 9 

daxTvXlSiov I 6, 8B, 9, 9B, loL, 11, 12, 
12 W, II 5L, III I, 4, VII 3, Vin 12, 
X 6, Xlll 3P, XVI 7. XXII 10, II, 13, 
XXIV 2, XXVI 9H; Sig BT 

daxtvkiog I 6C, 8C, 12W, III iC, 3C, 
X6P; Dri6, Vis; Sig C 

idxtvXog I 2C; D II 4; Sig T 

^avsld I I, 7, V 10, XX I, XXVI 9H; 
C Pro 1, C XII I, Xril 12; D I I, 3, 
4, 5, 6, 9, II, 12; TitBIC; cf. Jccpid 

6d<pvr} XVTII 15, 33 

6a<pv6(pvXXovV XVIII 15P 

(Je cf. Index I 

Si^oiQ C Pro 2 

6€Ll^F; CXIII 10 

dsido} VI 8 

^eisevvfit IV 2, X 7; C XIII 7; D VI 4 

deixvvo) XVI 3 

deiXt-do) I 9P (dfdictSw?) Q 

Ssivdg XXII 2 

dsivwg V 12; D IV 14 

Selnvov I iC 

6e'Aa V 12, IX 5, XVI 7, XXVI 7H 

Ssxavog XVIII 4 

dsxarog XVIII 14 

AsxEii^QLOg Sub V 

dsxTixog XI 3 P 

di/xagf IV 2 

divdQOv XX 16, XXIII iB; C Pro 3, C 
X6, 48; D IV 16, VI I 

Ss^idg I 2, 3, 4, XVIII 21, SigT 

diofiai I 4, 5, 14BC, II 7, V IIP, XX 
2, 7, XXII 3; C Pro 2, IX 8, XII 2, 
XIII 7, 10 



ds^fza IV 2 W, XXI 2B; C IX 9 f, , 
ds^fidziov C IX 10 ,.,^ 

deafievo) V 6, 11, VI 5, XI 5,-6, XIII 7, ; 

XVI 5P 
Siofitog III 7; C X 14 
dsofioglV 2P, V II, VI 3, VIII n,XVi 

7, 15 
deafjtdo) Fleck [errore) V 6, 1 1 ; cf. rffo- 

deanot^o) cf. Index II 

SsoTtotEta of. Index II 

SsaTtdTTjg I 4L, 14BC, XVI 3 A; C X 14, 

XII 5; DI9, 10, 11 4, IV 2, 6, 13 , 
Seanozipcog V 12L '' 

(Jfv^o I 9, II, 13B, ni I, 3HI, XVI 2P 
dsvze^og VI 3, VIU 3, XIV 8, XVIII 6 
dsvQ) C IX 10 
Ssxofiai XX 5 P, XXVI iP 
6io} I 14, II 6L, lU 7I, IV 12 L, 12, V i, 

X8, XI I, XIII 2P, XXII II, I4Q,' 

D II7 
6^ cf. Index I 
S^XaSi^ cf. Index I 
SrjfiLOVQyia D II i 
rf^Ta cf. Index I ^ 

6td cf. Index I 
Sid^oXog cf. Index II 
didyo) I I H, XIX I P 
diadixoficci D IV 6 
6id6rjfia D VII 4 
^Lai^(ovvvfit XXIII 3B 
SiaB'j^xrj V9L, 12 L, XV 14, XXVI 8, 

9 H; C Xm 2, 9, 12 ; D I 2; Tit B, !(?), 

H, C, Sub V 
dlavta XI 2 P 
dianovEO) IX 6 P 
didxovog VI 10 L 
dtaxomo) C XIII 4 
diaxoaioi Vin 12, X9, XXI 2H 
6iaXaf/^dv(o D VI i 
SiaXoyiXofzai I 9I; D IV 4 
6idvoia C Pro 2 
Siavolyto C Pro 4 
dianBQdo) XXV 7 
dtccnXazvva) C XIII 8 
diaTiopio) D IV 4 



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haTtQdaao) VIII 11, XVn 2; C X4; 

D I n 
6id7tvQoq X8P 

diaQ&^ywfii V 5, XV 8, XXVI 7H 
SmQQlnxo) XVI 2P 
\SiaGa<pm C Pro 2 
dtaCTta^txaao) D IV i 
kaaxQBfpo) XVIII 12 HP 
(fia<Tft>?ft> D Vni 4 
Siataaam XJII 3 
Siaxino) XX 2 P 
6ia(paLQio) I 4V 
Sia<pTiftlt,<o D VIII I 
M<poQoq XIX 2 P, XXI 2 
(JmxAw(>o$ XnijP 
Arffiapfctf VIII9; D I 4 
dtSQikaxQ) I 4 L 
MSvfioq cf. Index II 
(J/rf(U//i I I, 3lP, V 12P, VIII I, etpas. 
disysl^Q) VI 4P, XVI 2, 2P 
diiQXOf^fX'' IV 9, XUt 7 
Snjyiofiai VI 10 
Sf^yijaig Tit H 
dixaiog D IV 6 
dixaioavvjj XXK 4B 
(J/;tfj^ D I 9 
6ix7jv cf. Index I 
616 cf. Index t 
(JtO(>5'a>(7ie D I 7 
6io0iX(o D IV 8 
(SiO(>v;fr?;g VIII 9 
Sion IV 9, V loP, 12 
SmlaOiOQ I I C, 3B 
faAoe I 1 1; D II 3 
rftTrAoCg I I, 3; D II 2 
dixoazaoia XVIII 16 
(Jiw;«(y V9, XVIII 25 P 
teectf VI I, X 2, 5, XX 16; C X 35; 

D IV 16, 17 
Soxifid^Q) XIX 3P 
Soxi(j.aaia XIX 3P 
66XLoq XXVI 5 B 
U^a V s, X£ 3P, XVI 4, XXII 16Q, 

XXVI 6Q, 7B, loH 
6o^fk'Qm I 8, II 5, 9, ff/ pas. 
Sovlela XXVI 7; D 1113, 7 
dovXsvo) XV 8 ; C XII I 



dovXtj C XII 1 

6ovkog V I3P, VI 4P, XV 12 P, XXH 
4B, 6H; C XII I, XIII 10 

dovkoQ) c xai 3 

60x1^ XVI 7 

d^cacovzoeidtjg XIV iP, 7 

6Qaxovx6(xoQ(pog XVIII i 

SQaxovxhitaig cf. Index II 

SQaxovxditovq cf. Index II 

6^axo>v VI 10, X£I i, 6, XIII 5 P. XIV i ; 

C X40 
dg&^a Dili 
6QOfxalo)g I 9^ n, I4B 
S^v^oq XI 7 
6qv(jl<i)v XIV 6 
Svvafjtat II I L, VI 6, ^^ ;>aj. 
Svvaiiiq II 4, ni 5, V II, VI 8P, VIII 

10, 1X6, XI 6P, XV 9, 14, XVIII II, 

XXII 18, 20B, XXV 7B, XXVI 8H; 

C Xn I, XIII 6; D III 2, Vn I, 2; cf. 

also Index II 
Svvaaxda XX 13 

JvvarocVis, XXIUi,2;CIX8; D VI i 
dvarjxi^q XIII 3 A 
Svacq C X 19 
SvafJ.1^ I 2, 4 
dvanvoia XVIU 25 
&vax7ivoq XX 7, XXVI 7; D IV 6 
6vaa>7t6Q) C Pro 4 
(JvTiPfOC XI 3 A, XUI 3P(?) 
S'Bqov I 7, XXU 16 
(Jtt>po<;po^ea> XXII 16Q 



^«v cf. Index I 

bavxov cf. Index I 

^Ka> LI 6; C XII 2, XIII 11, 13, 14 

'E^QaToq VI 8 

"E^Qa'ioxi XIV 7 

^yy/^ctf XVI 5 A, 15 L 

syyioqi"^) IV il 

lyyi<jra, -axev cf. Index [ 

iyyXv^co C XII 6 

lyy(>ff^05 I 3C 

^yyv^fv cf. Index I 

iyeiQio VI 4, VII 2, XVI i 

iyxakio) D IV 3 



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syxata XVIII 13 A 

iyxaraXeiTto) C XIII 2 

iyxsipaXoQ XII 3 

iyxXelo) XVin 5—15, XXV 7B 

iyxSvcovC^) IV5CC° 

iyxct^drrta XVIII 39 

eyxoav^qi^) IV 8 C 

iyo) cf. Index I 

Ua<poq xxn 13 

I6m6'^\'>) IX 5 C 

'EC,exiaq C XHI 2, 4, 7, 9, it, 12; Tit 
C, V 

^^i?w I 10; D II 9 

ft cf. Index I 

elaQ + X 9 

ddrioiq D IV i 

slSov I 13 L, II I, III 5, ttpas.\ cf. In- 
dex I ; V. oQ&ia 

sUog II 3, VIII I, X 9, XIII I, 5, XV 

I, 3 
ei'dwXov XXVI 5H, 6, 7B; C X 11 
slxcbSsgC^) XII 2P 
dXi(o VI 10, VII I 
slfxl pas, 
sItcov pas. 

etQTivevti) VIII 7, XVIII 15, XXn 4 
sl^^vn XVIII 22 P, XXI 4B, XXII 16, 

XXV 9B, XXVI 9H; D IV II 
eiQTjvixcHQ D III 8, IV 6 
£ig cf. Index I 
slg cf. Index I 
sladyo) XXII 16; D III 5 
slaaxovQ) C Pro i 
dasQxofifxi I 5, 10 C, VIII i C, xni 6P, 

XXI 2, XXII 13, 17, XXV 3, XXVI 4 
Eiaodog XX 15, XXIII 3 
€la<piQ<o D V I, VI 2 
slxa cf. Index I 
erti('>) I2L 
sx cf. Index I 
k'xaaxog I iC, 2A, 2, 3, III 7 PC, V i2L, 

VIII 5P, XIII 3, XVI 3, XVIII 4P; 

C 1X8, X46, 47. 48. 49 
kxdaxoTS C XIII 14 
ixdiQO) C IX 9 
ixdixofxai D VII 4 
ixdldcDfxi C XIII 9 



ixSixeo} XX 2 
ixdlxrjatg XXII 4H 

^;tffr V 10, VII 6, XII 3, XIII 3P, xxm 

2Q, XXV 6, 7, XXVI I 
ixslv^ IV 8 C 
ixsTvog IV 4L, V 10, VI 5, 6, VII 3, 

ei pas. 
ixalvQ}g II SHIP 

ixetae I i, XHI 6 A, XXII n /^ 

ex&afi^og XIV 2; D VI 12, 13 
^;c^)/Aa?w I2C 
ixS-Xcpw D II 4 

Me/ttw XVI 5; C XIII 2; D I 12 
ixXsxTog VI 4, XXI iB, XXII 7P; DI 2 
ixXvo) XVIII 5P 
^;wta(>aStt> C XII i 
ixTtszdvvvfiL II I L 
^;«7tt7r/5a> XVIII 11 P 
ixnlnto) XX 16 
ixTtXrixrcxog X 2 
Sx7tX7]Qi(o C XII 2 
ixnkTjQdo} C XIIs; D IIi;8 
ixnX^aaco VI 9P; D IV 10 : ;;;| 

EPffpi^ow D VI I 

ixQlTtTO) XVI 2P 

ixa<pQayL'Cp3 C XIII 11 

ixTsivo} IX 3 

ixtpvado) XXIII 3B 

l';.«tov XVIII 33, 34 

^Aarr(5<w XVIII uPL, j?AaTT<Sv(y (?) H 

iXavvo) D I 12 

iXsyxo) XIII 3 P, DI 7 

iXseivog D 11 10 

iXeio) XX I 

iXe^fitov XXII iB 

iXsvd-eQog C IX 8 

iXEvd-s^oo) C X 14 

'sXevaig I 14H, III 4H, V iH; Tit H 

h'Xxog IX 6 

apiw XXVI9H 

iXXdfinio G Pro 2 

"^-AAj^v VI 8 P 

'EXXtjviati^g VI 8 A 

if^^dXXo) XI 3, XVIII 16 

if/^az£V(0 D I I 

if^^Xeno) V 2P 

ifzpovXEVQ)*^^) XVI 3 L 



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ifjLfievo} XVm 18 
ifiS^ cf. Index I 
ifiml^o) n 3B 
iimBQiix<^ C XI 9T 
ifmln^fii' XX 3 

ifiJilTiQijfic XIV 6 

ifiTtX^xio V 8P 

ifiTtvitoXKll II ;C Pro 2 

i{inodt%(o XVI I, XVIII 42 

^finoieo) IX 6, XVIII 8 A, 9L, 10 A, 
iqA, 25 

^€(i7iQoaS-ev XVI I ; D I 3 ; cf. also In- 
dex I 

^//n;v^/?a>VIl5,XIV6,XXi7, XXII 20P 

^(invQoq IX 7 

ifjtipaivQ) II 3, D I 13 

ifig}avl'Cf<o III 7 

iinpavwg C X 41 

'ili<PQa^iq XVIII 9 

i{x<pvad(o D VII 6 

i/<9Vft> C X 5 

^c cf. Index I 

ivdY(o C IX 10, XI 9 

haUayi^ VIII 2 L 

ivavzlov cf. Index I 

^j'a()yea>S IV 6 WW; C XI 5W 

^rfoloff VI iP 

heifZL XIII 3 P 

ivepino6lt,(o['>) D I 5 

^repyaa VIII ii W; C Pro 2, IX 10 

iveQyew VI4P; C X sae^e; D III 7 

cV^ IV 4PCC°: C XI 3; D VI 4 

£v*(irff X6P, XXII II 

h^sv xal h&ev XV 9, XXIV 2 

iv^fil^o) VIII 5 

ivlazTifii XXII 14P; C X I 

^ta^vo XXVI 8H 

hvoia XX 5 

hvoxXio) XIV 5 

^mru^a V iC 

^TeAAw I 14, XXII 12; D VI 3 

hzsv^i^ D II 5 

ivzvyxdvQ) IX 3 H 

hxvTtdd) C XIII 12 

ivv^Ql^m D IV 2 

ivd)niov cf. Index I 

i^atQiat C XI 7 



i^alaiog D III 8 
i^akelo) D Viz 
i^dmva XX 17P 
i^ccTtoaxeUa) XXII 16 Q 
^^a7i;re(>oi;j'ov D VIII 6 

e^aaxQdnzo) XXI 2 

i^i^XOf^<x^ II I BC, sL, V 6L, XIII 3, 

XIV6, XV 9, XVIII 24 P, XX 12; C 

X 21; D I 5, VI 4 
k^f^Q C XIII 7 
i^rjXeicc * (i^rjx^w) X 3 
I'^odoe XXV 5 
i^oXod-QEvm D VI 2 
i^ofio?.oy60fj,at I 5 
i^o^xi^O) V6L; C XIII5 
^^ov^fv^o XXII 5P 
^lovff/a I I, V 13, VIII I, XIII 7, XV 1 1 

XVIII 3, XXII 15, 20B; TitBI 
i^ov<;idt,(o I 5; C IV 8 
I'^tt) I 14, XVIII 15P, 42, P;- cf. also 

Index I 
iitayyeXXo) III 7, XX 2 
^;i«yw VI4, XVIII 18 A, XX 2; D VIII2 
snaivoQ XXII 16Q 
inalQa) XXIII 2. 3B, 4 
i7ial£l(p(o XVIII 33, 34 
^Ttavanavo) VII 7P 
inavdazaotq C X 14 
inavaazQegxa XXV 7B; D VI 6 
i7iavtpx<>f^<^^ VI 3 P 
ijidvo) XVI 7 ; cf. also Index I 
^TtaQxla XXII 5P 
inavQiov I 8, XXII 17 
i7ta<pl7iiiL IX 7 P 
insl cf. Index I 
^TlsiSfj cf. Index I 
insidov C Pro 2 
inBlnov I 9 C, 11 C 

iTieiasQxof^^'- ^^ 3^t ^^ 5) ^^ ^ 
%7ieiTa cf. Index I 
^7te^ov(7i«J?a> I 5L 
ijiEQiordo} III 6, IV 8, et pas. 
ineixoi"" IX 7 P 
^7e/ cf. Index I 
iTit^dXXo) VI 4 P 
em^ovXeijo) IX 7 P 



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inipovXoq V 7, XXV 3 

iniysLOq XVI 3, XVIII 3, XXII i ; Tit B 

iTitylvofiai IX 8 L 

imyLVibaseo) XXII 15; C X 38; D I 6, 

IV 12 
imyQatp^ XVIII 22P; Sig C 
imy^d^a) XVIII 25P; Sig T 
iTuSsixvvfii X 5, XXIII 3Q; D VI 7 
imSst^tq XXII 15 

i7tiSi6(o/xi I 2 L, 3; C XI 9; D II 7 
inidiVGO) XII 2 
iniByxdvcDvi^) C XI 4 
inisyxdivo)^ C XI 4 
ijiietxi^g I iC 

i7llt,7JTS(0 C XI 9 

inid-ewQEoy XX 15P 

im^fi^d) IX 2, XVI 2P 

imd'Vfiia II 2, 3, VI 3, VIII 11, D I i 

imxaHl<a VI i P ' 

imxaUoi IX 7P, XIV 8, XV 7, XVIII 

4P, XX'i9Q, XXV 4; C XII 5 
inixanviQu)^ V 9P 
iTtixaxd^atog XX 6P 
inixeifxai V 12L 
f7tt;f()«?tt> XXVI 9 H 
imxXei(o XVII 5P 
inix^ovco C XI 7 
ijiiXfyd) C XII 6 
^mfiikeca D III 8 
^nifxeXeofxai D IV 15 
inifXE^q V 6 

BTlLfieVO} I iH 

imvotoi XX loP 

imnifXTio} 1X6, XVIII 8P, 13A, 15, 

19P, 23P, 32, 33 
iTimvio) C Pro 3 
intGdzTco XXII 9, 11, 16 
iniaxadov XXI 3 
inlotafiaL V 11, XIII 6P 
^TtiaroAr/ XXII i, 6, D VI i, 3 
iniOXQetpo} VIII 11 
sntavvdyo) III 3, 4 
S7ita<pQaylt,(o VII 8 
iniaxvaiq XXVI 5B 
invtaGao) X 6 ; C XII 4 
hmrsXeo) V 8P, IX 7P, XVIII 9P, XX15 
imrifxva) VI 3 



imt^Sstoq D III I 

imtlS'i^fii II 6L, VII 8L, XVIII 35, 

XXII 13; D VI4, 5 
imu/idco VI II, XVII 4 
invcQBno) D III 7 
^mriT-j^avft) IX 3, XIII 3P 
iTCLipalvQ) II 3 L 

ini<peQ(o II 3C, VII i, XVIH 20, 23 
i7il<p^ovoq XVIII 46 
incxQio) XVIII 20 
hnovQdvioq II 3 L, sL, VI 10, XX 15; 

C Pro 5 
ipydt,Of^ai 1 1, 3, X 8, XVIII 43P, XXI 4; 

D I 2, III 7, IV4, 7, 8, 18 
S^yaoia I i, 44. II 5i "V 6, 7P, VIII 5, 

X 5, XVI 2, XVII 2, XXV 1 ; D in 1, 6 
^Qyov I 2L, 4, 9L, loL, IV 12, VI 3P, 

4P, X2, XII 2, XIII 4, XVin43P; 

D I2, 4. 6, IV 8, 18, Tit BI 
iQE&l^a> IV 6, VIII 5 PC 
iQelSo) VI loP 
i^avvdco VIII 9 
EQTifjLoo} XVIII 40 
eqLIo) VIII 6 

'sQiq D IV I, cf. also Index II 
^GQiipoq cf. Index II 
hQfirivEvo} XIII 6P 
SQOfAaL D VI 12 
^QvS'QoSavoQ) XXI 3 B 
"EQv^oq VI 3, 5, 6, XII 4, XXIII 2, 

XXIV I, iP, XXV iB, 5, 6; D VI 12 
BQXOf^at I 2, 4, gL; II 7, et pas. 
BQwq XXVI 5B; D I I, cf. also Index II 
eQOixdm I 3 C, IV 1 1, V 5PC, VI 6, 

VII 2, 3, 4, XIII 2, XIV 7, XV 2, 

XXV I ; C XI 1, XIII 13; D m 6 
^CTre^a I2L, 9L; D II 11 
'iaxaxoq XXVI 8B; D VII 6 

'eoQ) XII 4, XVIII 15P, XXII 14B, 18 H 

'iaw&ev XXII 14H, 18B 

kcaXQoq-\- V iiBn 

exBQoq V I, 8P, 11, et pas. 

htoifidt^o) XVIII 44P 

hoq XV 12; Sub V 

etvfxoq"^ V iiBn 

EvayysXiov D I 13 

BvayyiXlo) * II 6 Q 



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gvrfjyXoTfpov IX 5 P 

dSoicla D VIII 4 

Bv^Eox; II 7» V iP, XVII 2, XXII 14P; 

C XII I, cf. Ev^vq 
evdv/ido) XXV 9 B 
ddvvo) XIX I 
Ev&vg VIII II C 
evBvq or svB'i(og XVIII 5—37 
eilxocfioq II 3 AB 
svXoysQ} I I A, VII I, XI I P, XV iP, 

XVI iP 
evXoyfizoQ I lAP, in 5, XXVI 9H; 

C Pro 4 
dtiOQ<poq VIII I, XIV 3 
sim^mEia XXIII 2B, XXV 9, D II i 
evplaxco V 5C, 10, VII 5, 6, IX 7P, 

XII 5, XVIII 21, XXII II, XXV 5, 7, 

XXVI 8B; C IX 10; D I 5 
evas^sia VIII 9 
evaxijftoviog VIII 7 
dax^fioq VIII I 
cwovoe VIII 12 P 
ev(pr}(ii(t) XXII 16 

ev^gaivcii I i A, XVIII 16; D I 10, II 4 
BvxaQLGXEo) II I, III 6, VII 4; D II 8, 

III 4 
evxoiiat II 5, 7, VII 7, X IIP, XV 7, 

XVIII 42, XXVI 8B; C Pro 5 
ev/(>wTO§* IV 2; C XI 2 
Bvw&riq XVIII 31 P * 
^(p&mo} XVIII 17P 
i^lTtzafAai XXII 20 P 
^(plaxrifii I 9 
^yo()aa> XI 2 P 
^(pOQfido) XIV 4 
H^Qoq D I 2, II 10 
%g(ii.l I, 3C, 4, 4PS 6, II 3, et pas. 
so}$-iv6q XXII 2 
etoq V 8, VI II, VII 2, XV 10, XVIII 

15P; C XIII 12, cf. also Index. I 



Zdo) XXn 2, XXV 8B; C XII 3 

U<Jiq XVIII 29 H 

irjtiai XV 3, II, XXVI i ; C XIII i 

^od-EQdq D IV 9 

io<p6Q) C XII 3 



UNT. 9: McCown. 



^(odiaxdq XVIII 4P 
t,(p6iov 112; C XII6 
?w?J C X 4 
S^ov C X 28, 44 

'Hyiof^ai D I 12 

^dioyq IX 2 PC 

^(SovvJ IX 5 A 

^Jlm'a XX iP 

TJlioq I 2, 4, VI 10, 10 HP; C X 43 

ijXoq XVIII 28 

^fxsQa I 2, 2A^ 3, 5. et pas, 

flfxix^ccvoq'' XVIII 6 (t== ^f4ixQavLx6q) 

T^filovoq IV 2; C XI 2 

ijfxi7ig6a(07tov^ VTI iC 

ijptiGvq I 2, 4 

T^ficrgizaioq VII 6 

^7ra(> V 9, 13 

rjavxoq I 4 

^TTe^w XVII 4P 

^Xog IV 8 



edkaaoa II 5, 8, VI 3, 5, 6, 10, XII 4, 
XVI X, z, 3, 4, 7> XXI 3. XXIII 2. 
XXIV I, iP, XXV I, 5, 6, 7; D VI 12 

d-aldooioq XVI l; C X iS 

d-apt^ioi VII 2 

S'dvccvoq XV 14, XX 2, 4; D IV 2, 12, 14, 

15 
O-ayazoo) XX 5, XXII 20P 
d-dnxoi D I 6 
^•aQQStp D II I 
^av^A-a D III 8 
&av(idt,(i> VIII 2, XIII 5, XIV 7, XVIII 

2P, XXI I, 18 
d-avfxdaiog D I 13 
O-sd VIII 4P, XV 3 
d-sdof^ac XXIV I Q; D III I, IV 9, V I 
&eioq I I, 4C, 10 L, C Pro 3; C X 53; 

D I 12 
S-sh]f4a C X 2, 32; D III 3, VII 3 
d-bX^acq D I 3, II I, III 8, VI 6 
&6X0) II 6, IV 7, VII 3, 4, 7, et pas. 
^efzazi^o} XXII 8 P 
Q'6fx^lLoq VIII 12 

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d-SfxeXioo) XX 17, XXIII 4E 

S'SOTtdzcop D I 2, 12 

S^eoTtotio) XIV 2 

&£6g I 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 iSif saepe - 

*£or(5;fog XXVI 10 H 

^BQan^vQ) IX 7 P 

^f^WTTCov XXV 5, D IV 13 

d-BQiialvai XVIII 18P 

^t()OC VII 5; C X7 

^S(OQa<o II iP, XIII 5, XIX 2, XX 6, 15, 

16, XXIV I Q; C X31, 34 
©ripaloq VI 9 
d^rikaC^o) I 2, 4 
d-rilvxoq I 7, II 3, VIII iP 
S'f]Xvfxavia V 8 
d-ijXvg IV I ; C XI I 
d-riQiov C Pro 3 ; C X 3 
S^i]Qi07tp6aa)7iog XVIII i 
^?;(;av(>og I 14V, X lo, XXII iiP; CX 

21, 3h 381 53> XIII 2 
&ixz6g{'?) C XIII 3; ct.d-VT^zSg 
d-kl^o) I 4, XX 19H; D IV II 
^j^aseu) XVII 2, XX 7H, 11, 13 Q; C 

XII 3; D IVg, ID 
^ijToq C XIII 3f (MSS ^iPftog); D IV 11 
S-Qaavg II SB 
S-QS/ifza C IX 9 V 
d-QrivEO) D I 6 
^^£V/?og(?) VI 3 
^(>/^ XIII I, 5, 7 
^Qovog II I, III 5, V 4, 9P, XIII 2, 3, 

XVIII 20, XXVI 9 H ; C XIII 5 ; D VII 

4, VIII 6 
SvydzTj^ V 3, XXVI iB, XXVI 2 
d'Vf/.id(o VI 10 
^fiog V2P; D IV I, 2 
S^fjtdo) XX 6 
^^a I 14 BC 

^voiaaxijQLOv X 9, XXI 2; D VIII 6 
d^vo) XXVI 4 B, 5H 



'la^PQfjg XXV 4 
^lavvfjg XXV 4 
taOiUai VII 6, XI 2 
laaa<p^T?]v*{'?) I 3C 
^'cf(T7ttQ-r I 3 C; C XI 8, XII 6 



iarpoff Sub V 

ic^tos VI 3 ; C XII 5 

i6iox£tQ(i)g C IX 10 

iJou III 

I60V I I, 4. 10, 14, XIV 6, XVIII 3, 

XX I, 7, XXII I, 4; C Pro I, Sig L 
'Is^ovoaToL XXVI i 
Is^evg VI 4 
tf^ov XXI 4, XXII 8B 
^IsQOGoXvfia I iP 
legovoakri^ (fere compendia scr. sk, 

ih^ I I, '7, XV 8, XIX iP, XXII 7, 

XXIII 2B, XXVI 9H; Tit BI 
'haaai XXVI 9H 
^Ijjaovg X^iazog D I 12 
ixEaia XXII 5 
ItesTBvo) C XIII 7 
iXaav^gtov XXI 2 H 
"Aftog XX 4 
tfida&Xt] C XI 7 
Ifxdviov D II 2 
lv6ixXL0)v Sub V 
'/ovrfarog XXII 20, XXVI 8H 
^lovSa D I 12 
ht7tLxilg'> IV8C°; CXI 6 
'Innog XVI i ; C X 52 
%Ttxa^ai XX 12, 15 
'/ff^a^AIV i2A,XII i,XIIIiP, XIX3P 

XX2iB,XXIIi6P,XXIV2Q,XXVI8H 
'iavi]fj.i VII 3, XII 4, XXII 13, 17, etpas. 

CGTOQia C X II 

lozog C XII 6 

laxiov XVIII 27 P, 28 P 

laxvQog C XII 3, XIII 12; D VI j 

ia^vg C Pro i 

t<r;fVG> X2, XV II, XXII 8 

Ix&vg V9, 10, 13, XVI I, XVIII 35 ^ 

ixvog VIII II 

XcodvVTjg Sub V 



KaO-aLQm VI 4, VIII 16 
xad-a^iEVd) C X 12 
xttd'a(j6g VI 10, XVIII 33; C IX 9T 
xaUio^ai XII 4P, XIII 2, XIV 7, XV 6, 

XVIII 21, 24, XXV 2 
xa&ev6a) XIII 3 



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xd^ijfiat XIII 2 P, 3 LP; D VI 12, VII 4 
xad'liat XIII 3H; C IX 9T XIII 12, 14 
xa9'V7t6axofiai*('^) C XII i 
xaivog C IX 9, XIII 7; D VI 3 
xaiQdg V 5, VI 3, VII 5, XV 8, 10, 12, 

XVII I ; C XII I : D VIII 2 
xaia> III 4 

jeaxog I 4, VI 4 P, VIII 5, X2 
xaxovQy^m VII 7 
xaxovQyia V 7, VIII 1 1 C 
xaxovQyoq IV 6 
ka;c^tt> VIII n 

xa;f(5e ^^ 7 

xaX&ixiov V 13P 

;((iAc£/U05 V 6 

xaUoi I 3 LP, 8BL, g, 11, a pas. 

xalloq V7; D VIII 7 

xaXXftiTtLG^ioq D I 2 

;caAo^ XVIII 18 P; C XIII 13 

xaXvTtxo) XXV 7 

xaXatg IV 7 

x&pLTiXog XXII 9, II, 16; D VI 3, 5, 8 

x&(Aivoq XI 7 

;ccJ/MVftf XVIII 34P 

xdvva^tg IV 12 

xanvltfi) V 9 

xa^dta V 7, XVEIt 12, 30, XXV 3, 5; 

D I I, II 10, IV 9, II 
xaQdioitovoq XVIII 26 
xa^OfpoQoq C Pro 3 
XGaoiT^QLVog['i) XVIII 27 P 
xaaxQov C X 13, 24, 27 
xara^dUo) XXIII i 
xaxa^i^alm C X 35 
xataysldd) D IV 5, 6 
xaxdyoi XI 6, XV 5; C X2 
xaxaSaitavdm IX 6 
xaxadsapisvQ) C XIII 6 
xavddrjXoQ XIII 5 P 
zaira(Ji;f£(5tt> D IV 2 
xazadlxT] XIII 4 
xaxa6i6xQ) XXV 6 
;car«(Foi;A/5o>f XVII iCr 
^cftTadouAoo) D II 10 
xaxdxuQTtog XVII 2P 
ieazctxalo) C IX 8, X 41, XIII 4, 8 
xaxdxeifxai XI 2 



xaxaxXelo) VI 3, IX 5, XV 9, XVIII 3, 
43P, 44P; C XI 7 

xaxaxXr^^ovOfzio) IX 5 P 

xaxaxQLvo) V 11, XI 7, XIV 8, XVIH 
43, XXI 4B 

xaxaxQVTCXOi D IV 9 

xaxaXaiipdvQ) XXIII 2Q, XXVI 8H; 
D II 4, VI 3, 4, 5. 8 

xaxaXiy<o D VIII 2 

xaxaXeiTio) XXVI 8H; D I 3 

xaxaXi^TtdvQ) C X 53 

xaxavaXlaxat D II 4 

xaxavxdcD D I 12 

xccxavvxxLXoyg D I 11 ^ 

xaxavvaaofiai XX 3 P 

xaxa^ioo) XXII 3 

xazaTtifXTCco XIII iH 

xaxa7i€Qi7toke'i)fo* V loP 

xaxanivo) XVIII 35 

xaxaniTiXiD XII 2 , XX 1 7 

xaxanXovxiQo} C XIII 12 

xaxaTtQtQo) XI 7 

;fara^ao/ia£ XX 6 

xaxaQdaao} XIV 5 

xaxaQytd) II 4, IV 10, 12, V 9, 13, VI 
8, VII 5, 7, VIII 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 
IX 7, X II, XI 5, 6, XII 3, XIII 6P, 
XIV 2, XV 3, 6, 10, 14, XVI 6, XVII 
4, XVIII 15, 38, 39, XXII 20, XXV 
2Q; C XIII 5, 6; D III 2, 6, Tit BI 

xaxaQQSO) XVII 3 

xaxaQXLC,(o V 12H 

xaxaGXBvd'C.o} X 2 

xaxaoxsvj V 12P, XIX 2P 

xaxaaxid^Q) XXI 2 

xaxaaxoTtEVio X 6 

xaxctao(pl^ofj.ai XHI 6P, XXIV 2 

xaxaoTtetQa) XV 9 

xaxaaxQB(p(i) XVIII 20P 

xaxaa<pQayl'CjO} XV 7, XXII iiB 

xaxaxaQaaao) + XIV 5 

xaxaxQibyo) XVtl 3 A 

xaza<pdyw D I 10 

xaxa<pX6yo) XX 17 

xaxaxS-oviog XVI 3, XVIII 3, XXH i; 
Tit B 

xaxeidcoXl^Q)* XVn iP 



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xateQydt.Ofxai V 12, VIII 12, IX 2, XII 

2, XXVI 7Q 
xaxkQxoiiai II 7> VI 2P, 8, XV 5, XVII 4 
xat60S'la> 1X2, XVII 3 P 
j<ar€xa>X2, XIII i, XIV 3, XV 4; C 

X53; DII7 
xazi]<p^Q D IV 9 
xcctiaxvco XXIII 4P 
seaviaxva) XXIII 4P 
seaTOlscrjatg IV 4 
xaioixla I 10 L, XVII 2 
scazOQd-do) X 5 
;^ffro> D IV 13, 14, VI 8 
xdza>Q-£v XXIV 4 
xavfiai'i) XVI 4 P 
xavaiQ XVIII 29 P 
xed^ivog XIX 2 
jff r^at II 2, 5, IV 4PCC°, VII 6, XVIII 6 ; 

C X 38, XI 3 
xSLfjt^Xiov C XXII 9 
sciksva/ia VI 6 P 
xeXevo) I I, 8, 14B, e( pas, 
XEQuq VII 6; C XI 8 
xeQ&oiov X 9 ; C X 7 
xeQaxlC^o) IV 2P 
xsqxxXaiov XII 3P 
;cf9>aA^ IV 2, V 6L, IX 2, 5, 6, XV i, 

XVIII 5, XX 2, XXII 7, 1 6, XXIII 4; 

C XIII s; D VI 10 
xriQdq Sig T 
xrjxoq II 8 
XLxX^aK(3>'r VIII 7 
;ftv^a> XXVI 5B; D IV2, 17 
xioviov XXIV 2 Q 
pftffffog l3Ci, XVIII 37 
xlo)V XII 4, XXI 3, XXIII 2, XXIV I, 

2Q, 3. 4. 5, XXV I, 7, 8; D VI 12, 

13. 14 
;fA«Sa) XV 9 
xXalo) IX 5 
xXda,ua V 13 
xXavB^fioq C IX 8 
xXiTiVTjg C X 38 
pcAsTtrti) C X 38 
siXTj^ovofieo) IX 5 
xXrjaiq II I ; D III i, 6 
pcAt/^a^ XXIII 3 HP 



xXLvri D I II, II 7 

xXivo) C XII 4W 

xXv6(j)v C X 36 

xv^fxri IV 2 ; C XI 2 

xoiXia XII 2, XVm 13 P 

xoifi&o) XXVI 4 

xoivoq C XIII 2 

;ifo/r3/ D II 9 

xoxxog XVni 33 

xoxxv^O) IX 3 C 

xoXamoq I 61 

xoXiavdQOv XVIII 20 

p^oAoi' C IX9T 

xoXnoq II 3 W 

xofj.Ti'i V 12 

;co^/gft> XVIII 41 P, XIX 2H, XXII u 

xoviOQTOq VII 2, 3 

;<ro7riaSw XVIII 11 H 

xoTixoi II 5 Q, 8, X 10 

XOQTl XXVI 5 

xoQv^ xn 6, xin I p, XVIII i 

xoCfikO) X 5, XXV 9 ; D VII 4 
X0G^0XQdx(j)Q VIII 2, XVIII 2, XX 14B 
;ffO(;^oe V 7, VI 4P, X 2, xra 3, XV 9; 

C XIII 2, 12, 13, 14 

xoxXiaq VH i 
xoxXoq VII iH 
jc^«S<M I 14, III 4L, XXVI 9H 
XQaxso) X3, 8L, XXII 10; 6X21,43; 
Tit BI 

XQdxoq I I AB,- D IV 10, VI 2 
XQavyd^Q} I 12, 14 QC 

XQeitTQiV D II I 

XQefidwv^i XIII 7, XXIV 4; D VI 14 

XQtifxvo^ax^oi XI 6 P 

xQTjfzvoq IV 5, XI 6; D IV 15, VI i 

XQLVO) X8; D I 13, IV 4» 6, 8 

x^laiq D IV 5, 6, 8 

XQoxiVoq V 9 

xQoxoSetXoq C X 50 

XQoxoq VI 10 

xQ6xa<poq XVIII 5, 32 

XQOvo> IV II; D II 7 

xQvnxo) V 10; D VI 7 

xrdofiat C XII 5, 6, XIII 14; D I 10, 

VII I, VIII 2 
xxflfia II I L 



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xv^vog XXII 2; C X3 

Xtit^Q) II iL, XII 4, XXVI 6B; C Pro 

2, 5, X 22 
scviofia IV 12; C X 24 
stvxXixog C Xn 6 
xvxXlaxofxaiCi) VIII 7 
xvxkoq XVni 4P, XXX 4B 
xvXivdsQ} XIV I A 
xvXl^ C XI 7, 9 
xvfia XVI 2, 4 

;ii;^tog I 6, 7, 8 L, 9 1, ei pas, 
xvQiOTTjg D VIII 6 
xvoair} I 3C 
sdazig XVIII 33 
;(i;wj' X I, 2, II, XVIII I 

XQ)fl7J V I2H 

;fwyoe IX 5P, XII 2 
xaxpotfjg XIII 4P 



Aa^QOq VII 2 

XffyX<^vo> XXVI 8P 

UO-^a IV 6; C XI 5 

^at,Moe X8P, XVIII 8 P 

Xahsoq C XIII 12 

XaXso) IX 3, 5, X I, XIV 6, XVI 5, 

XX 21; C X 3, XI 8 
Xafifidvat I 2, 4, 9IC, 10 L, et pas, 
XafivoQ* XVIII 27 P 
XafiTtdg X 8 

XafiTt^og XIII 5P; C X 28 
Aa^WTTw X 8, XVII i 
Mdg XXII 4, 6B, XXVI 4H 
XdQvy^ X 3 
XavQa VII 3 HC 
XsalvQ) XVIII 33 
Xeyo) I 2, 2L, 3C, IV 11, ei pas. 
XeiwvQysQ) XII 6H 
XsiTov^yog D IV 13 
Xeovtdfio^ipog XI 7 P 
XsTtzog XI 7 
^fTETOV^yeo) XII 6 L 

XSTITVVQ} I 2, 3, 4 

Xevxalvw C Pro i 
Xsvxog-}- V 13 
Xmv II 3 XI I 
Xi^QOg XXVI 6 



Xiav I iH, Xnj iH, XX6H 

Xipavoc VI 10 

A/^fVO? C XI 8 

A/*o? I 3C, II 5, VII 8, VIII 6, X 5. 7. 

8, 9, 10, XIX 2P, XXI 2, XXII 7, 8, 
17, XXIII 2, 3, 4, XXV 8; C XI 7, 8, 

9, XII 6; D VI7, 10; SigC 
Xtd'OTOfiia II 5 

XiB-OTOfXoq II 5 C 

Xtliog XVIII 8 H 

Xitogi'i) XVinSL 

XlTQa XXI iQ 

Xoyl'Qo^ai I 9, IV 11 

Xoyog XI i 

AoiTToV XIX iP, XX 12B; Din 

XoLTtog XIV 5, XVIII 3, 44P, XXVI 6B 

Avdia VIII 4 

Xvfit^ D VI 14 

XvTism D II 2, 3, IV 1 1 

AvTT)? I 5L, XXII 17 

XvQa C XII 6 

Xvai&Qi^ xni I 

Ai5a(ya V 8P 
Xvxvaxpla IX 7 P 
XvxveTov XXI 2P 
XvxvcTtjg C XI 9 
Au^vog VI 10, XXI 2 
Avw XVIII 16P 
Aft»/9o5f XII 2'Fn 



Maysvo) XV 5 

fidS-7]0tg C X 20 

fiaxQOVoma XVIII 34 

fiaXXov D I 12 

fzavQ-dvoj VI 6, IX 5, XIII 2; D IV 14 

fxavidx7]g V 12L 

f^agaivQ) XXIII 2P 

pidgyaQog C X 45 

^a^liaQOXOitSLV^) X loP 

fx&QfiaQOV VI 9, I r, X 10, XIV 8, XVI 7 

fiaaS-og IX 4 H 

f^aoTEvwf XIII 3 

fxaaxl'C.m V 6P, XIII 3HL 

fiaaxoq IX 4LC 

/xazaioTTjg D VIII 2 

^diaiQa- C IX 9 



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III. Index of Greek words 



ii6.xn VIII 3PH, yp, xvm 15, 38; c 
X29 

li&Xoyiai VIII 7, XXV 4; D IV i 

f/6yaX6^a)V0Q I 2 L 

fzeyaXdfW^og D I 2 

fieydliOQ XX 6 P. XXVI 7H 

fiiyaq I I, 14, H 8, III 4, et pas. 

(iiys&oq XXIII 4Q; Sig C 

fieyiatavoq C X 28 

fisQ-ixsQOL II 5 L 

fxs^ri XVIII 16 P 

fieS-latrifii XX 6, 9, XXIII i 

fieidida) V 12; D IV 4 

fieXaivQ) XX 19 Q 

^fAaropffc()arog* C IX g 

fisXavog XX igF; C IX 9 

/jtsXovoxQOog IV 6 L 

fxak^ai.oil'i) XXI 4 H 

fieXlxQOOq. -XQ^'^^ ^^ ^ 

fieXiX^og IV 6 C; C XI 5 

^eAA« I 9, V 13 P, XIV 5, XVII 4, XX 

6P, iiQ, XXII20, XXVI 7H; CX I, 

10, XIII I, 12; D II 7 
fisXog IX I, 6, XIII I, 5P, XIV i, XVtll 

iiH 
fisXo) D VII 3 

M6V0) XXII 14, 15, 16, XXIV 3, XXV 7B 
ftSQl^o) VIII 8 
fzeglg II 8A; D IV 15 
fiigog I 2C, V 10, VII 8L, XIII 3P; 

C X 8, 38 
fiearj/^^^ivOQ C X 16 
fj,ioov C XII 6 
fiiaog XVIII 4 P, XX 6P, 1 1 P, XXII 13 P, 

i6B; C XIII 13 
liBTapdXXti) II 3, 5 L, XV 3, 5 
fieta6l6a)fii C X 53 
fiSTa-^aXiu) XX 19; D IV 5, 8 
fi8raXafipdva) II 2 C 
/jtbtaXXov C X 45 
fjL£za[xOQ<p6a} II 3B, XVI 2, 4, 4P, XX 

13B 
fxexdvoia C XII 3 
fjteraaaXsvo) X 5 
fxetaaxTif^arl^o) XX 13 
^ExafpEQd) XXIII I ; C X 22 
fiExoixiafxd g X 9 



flSTQTJTI^g XVI 7 P 

fibXQOv XV 5 

fxercoTtov V 12L, XVII 4 

/xrjda/J.od'SV XX 17 

firjdslg I 9; C X 31, 34; D VII 3 

M^SoL XV 8 

fjfi]S6Xa}g XI I 

fxrixhi C X 53 ; D IV 1 1 

(XTJxog VIII 12, XXI 3Q; C XI 8 

^Mjji' Sub V 

^•riQOg D I 12 

fi^TT]^ XV 10 

fiTjTQOfiavt^ XVIII 33 

f^iJXccv^ XXVI 8H 

filywfiL XV 10, XX 14B, XXVI I H 

f^ix^og V 4, Vni 4, XV 12; D IV 4 

fiixQO(pav^g VIII 4PC 

fitfzrjaig D VIII 5 

(jLi^vi^axm XXII 9 ; D IV 1 1 

ficaS-lov I 2 L, 3 L 

fxtad'Og I I A, 2, 3, 4, 10, XXI 4H 

fxvrifjLsXov XVII 2 

flVlfjflTjCi] IV 7 

fxvrifJLOdvvov XXVI 8 H 

[lOLQa II 8BC, 9 

(jLOixBia D I 2 

/XOLXSVO) D I I, 2 

;»/oAo;^ XXVI 2, 4, 5 

fxoXv^dog IV 8, XVIII 44P, XIX 2 

^ovaQxrig XXII 20 B 

^ovoyev^g XX 2 

^oVov I 2C, 12, XI 5, XIV 5, XVIII 5, 

18P, 19HP, XXIII 2; C XIII 14 r 
^ovonxeQog XXV 3 
fiovog V 8, 10, VI I, 2; C Pro 2, X 

33, XIII 2, 6, 8, 13, 14; D I3 
fxo^g}^ II 3, IV 2, XIII I, XV 4, 5, 14, 

XVI I, XVII i; C XI2 
fzvsXog XVIII II P 
fzvQidg XXI 2B, XXVI 9H 
fxv^ixcvog V 9 P 
fiVQiog XXI I 

fivQimwfxog XIII 3P, XV 2 P 
fj,v^fiT]xoX^a}V C XI 8 
fivazi^Qiov XXVI 8H; C X 53, XIII i; 

Tit C 
Mcovaffg XXV 3, 4 



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Ndd-av D I4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 

val XX 8 H, XXII 20P 

vaoq I I, 3, 4i 5. 8, II 5, IV 12, ei J>as. 

v&QSoq VI loH, vaQ6iv L, vd^atv P 

VD^Qxr^ XVIII 19 

vavzla XVI 4P 

veavlag I loL, 13L 

vsxQog XX20B; DI6 

vedvvfi<pog V 7 

vfo's I i> loL, XX 5, 6, 7, II ; D I 2 

vsd)zeQoq I 2 L, 3 L, 4 L 

vevficc C Pro 2 

vevQd XVni 17 A 

vsvQOV XVIII II, 36 

V£V()OX«Aa(TiS * XVIII 1 7 P 

VBfpQOq XVIII 14, 27 

VjJ^ttJ IV 12 

v^Ttios xvm 25 L 

vt;tf?^ C X 9 

vinxij} XIII 2 

vo^w XI iP 

vofifi V 5 

V0iMi?(w IV 6, XXVI 5H 

voaritia XI 2 

voToe VII 6, XIX 3, XXX I ; D V I 

vovq XVIII 19A; C X5 

wxto(pay^of] * XVIII 35 P 

vv^ I 3, C, 5, IV 12, V 8, VII 5. IX 5, 

et pas. 
va)66g XVIII 30P 
va)TOv XIV I 

Srj^aLVO) II 8, XXIII i Q 

^rjQog C X 6 

^l^og YlXl 6, XVII 2 

^Uvoq XXI 3B 

^Aov VIII 6, IX 6, XI 7, XII 3, XIV 3, 

6, XV 10, XIX 2; C X6; D V I 
^vlog^OQEO) XI 7 P 
^tt> C IX 9T 

"Ods 13c,- CIX9U 

odsvo) IV 9 

06061^ (">) XII 2 A 

<5rfoe VIII iiC, XVIII 21, XXII I IB; 

D I 5, VI 8 
odovq Visi, XI 7 P, XII 2 



dSvvfj D IV 9 

dSvQfxdg D IV 2 

olSa IV lAP, 6, V 13, XX 11; D IV 2 

otdaivQj V 7 

otVigf C XII 3 

oixeXog C XIII 13, 14 

olxet.ox£t^(og C XII 4 

otPtffc'rT/C X6, XXII 13; C XII 5 

olxao) IV4CC°, VIII 4. XII 3; C XI 3; 

XIII 2; D VI I 
oiX7]Ti']Qtov IV 5, XVII 2; C XI 5 
olxia I 14L, VI 10; D VI I 
oixo6o^eo) I I, 7, XIX i, 2, XXI i, 

XXII 6, XXIII 4, XXVI 7H; C Pro I, 

5; D II 7, III 3, Vi, VIII 5 
olxoSoiiii I I, r A, II 8, X 10, XIV 5, 8 

XVIII 43P; D III 3, 7, IV I, 2, V I, 

VI 2, VIII I ; Tit H 
oixovofieo) I iP, XXVI 6; D IV 15 
ohoq I 5 L, VII 5, XVIII 15, et pas. 
olxovf^evt] XV 10, XXIV 2 ; C XIII 4, 7 
otfiai D I 13 
oi'f/.oc IX 3; D II 10 
olvoq XVIII 31 
olog IX 2 HP, XVIII 23 ; C X 23 ; D II 4 

VIII 7 
oiaxog^- C XII 6 
bXiyoq IV 7, V 5, VII 2, VIII 11 C. 

XIV 3 
dXoXvt,o) XXVI 7H 

8Aoe I 5, V 7, 12, VI 9, XIII 5P, XIX 
iP; C X45, XIII 9; D IV2 

oXoaaif^azog C XIII 13, 14 

"OXv/iTtoi; VIII 4 

'6Xwq IX 5P 

dfXiXia D IV 14 

Hfifxa V2C; D IV 9 

ofivvfii XXV SB 

ofAO&vfiadov VIII 2 PC, XVIII 2 

cIjMOio? VIII 8, X 9, XV 10; D I 13, 
VI 12 

OflOLOW XXVI 4 

6//ocQ}g VIII 7, 10, II, X 8P; C IX 9, 
X4, 14—19, XII 4, 5 

dfxoXoy^o) D III 6 

ofiovoia VIII 4P 

ofiov VIII 4, iiC; C XI 9 



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dveidtofiOQ XXVI 8H 
ovlvrjfxi-^ C XIII 14 
llvofia I 2V, 3, nC, II 5, IV 12, V 5, 
6L, 9, 10, VI 5, 6, 8, VII 6, 7, IX 7?^ 

X 4, XI 3, 4, 5, 6, XIII 6, XIV 3, 
XV II, 14, XVI 4P, XVIII 4P7 i5i 
XXII 14, XXIV 2Q, XXV z, XXVI 
4H, 5; C Pro 5, IX 8, 10, X 53, XII 
1, 4, 5, 6, XIII 6, 8; D III 6, VI 9, 
VII 2, 5; TitC, SigT 

dvo7i^6a(t)7tOQ XVIII iP 
vvoq C X 28 
ovv^ XI 7 H 

oma&^ev XVI i 
oTiiad-OTOvOQ XVIII 10 

^TtXov vm 6 

6noZoQ XVIII 4P 

OQdo) I 3L, 4L, VI 10; C Pro 4; DII 

4:, IV 13, VI 11; SigT 
SQyavov VIII 2 C 
d^yi) V2P, 3P 
oQyiQo) V6L 
^QB^iq V8P 
dgB-oq XI i H 
^Qd^Qoq VI 10, XXII 13 
dQS'Q>q XXIV 5 Q 
dQlt,(o I 10 A, VI loH, II 
oQXiQo) V 9, VI 8, XI 6, XVIII 20, 31, 

33, XXV 8 
^xoq C IX 8, X S3 
^Qvsov C X 47, XIII 5 
^QViq C X II 
^Qoq VIII 4, X 3, XXIII I 
OQOO) VI 10 L 
d^vaao) VHI 12, XII 4 
0? I I, 2C, 3L, 7, 9, ei pas, 
oaoq I 4PS IX 5, XVIII 40P, XX 15; 

C Pro 3. C X 15, 25, 33, XI 8, 9 
Uits^ I2, 7C, V II, VII iQ IX 2C, 

XII 4, XIV 6, XV 5, XVIII 2Q, XXVI 

5B, 8H; C X4; D I3, II4; Sub V 
daxeov XVIII 35 
oaxiq IX 8P, XIII 3, XIV 3, XV 2; C 

XI 7, XII 2, 5, Xm 8, 9, 12; D IV 10; 
Tit C 

oxovv XVIII 1 1 P 



do(pvq D I 12 

ou, ovXy ovx I 2C, 4L, VI'5, 6, eipa^. 

ovSafiiaq XXVT 4B 

oUs XVin3; D I 12, 13 

oUelq V 3, n, VI 5, XIII 3 P, 4P, XXII 

2; C XIII 3; D II 4, IV 11 
ovdenoxs D IV 2 
ovxexL XV 10, XXII 15 
ovno} IX 7 P 

ovQ&vioq II 3t V 3, VI 2, loP 
ovQavoq I 3, 6, 8, II i L, 5, et pas. 
OvQtaq D I I, 2, 3, 12 
ovQov XVIII 27 P 

ovq I 3C, XII 2, XIII 4P, XVIII 16P 
ovxoq I 2C, 7, 9, 12, II I, et pas, 
ovxayq I 4, 6L, II 8 A, IV 12, et pas. 
ovxl I 3; D IV 17 
d^stko) XVIII 44P 
d(p&alfx6q XIII 4, XVII i, XVIH 7, 39; 

C Pro I, 4 
o<piq C X 40, XII 6 
dxEixoq * XVII I ; 1. dx^vruoq (?) 
oxXriaiq C X29 
dxXovfisvoq L: I 2, II 5, IV 12, V 6, 9, 

12, VII 8 
d-ipla I 4L 
^ipcq I3L, II 3, XIII 5P; D H2, 4 



nd&og IX 4P 

nalyviov XXVI 7Q; C X28, XIII 9 

naMgiov I 2B, C, 3, 4B, 9B, et pas. 

TtaiSevo} D I 13 

Tiaidlov I I, I HI, i!, 4 A, 8, II 3. ^^P^^- 

7iai6ondx7jQ (?) C XIII 4 

Tratc I 1, 2, 2A, 3W, 4H, m 5, 6L, 

et pas. 
nalo) D II 10 
Tialaioq D I 2 
IlaXataxlvn C X 8, XIII 14 
naXdfin XVIII 11 P, XX 4; C IX 9T, 

XIII 14 
n&Xiv II 9, III 7, V 5, 6L, 8, et pas. 
Tiavdyioq I 3C 
Ttavdd-Xioq XXVI 5 Q 
TiavaeXrjvoq IV 9 
ndvGsnxoq D VIII 5 



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navtsX&q V 7 P 

%avtoxQ6xu}Q III 5, 7L, VI 8; D III 3 

IV 7 
^&vtoxe m7, XXII 5 H 
%6.vv I I, 2P, 3, XXVI 5 H, 7 
naQa^LoCfO^ai XXVI 4 
nccQa^kiita) XXII 5 
na^a^ol^ XX 4 
na^a^oXixSx; D I 10 
;r«(>«yy^AAw XXVI 4B 
naQayivofiai IX 8; D II 9 
naQaSlSiOfjti XVI 5P, XXV 8B; C IX 8, 

X 13, 14. 53, XII 4, XIII 9, 12, 13, 14 
naQaxaUlofiai XV 4, XVII 2, XVIII 

44P, XX 20B 
naoaxad-l^o) XVII 2P 
TtaQaxaXsQ) XX 5 ; C Pro 2 ; D IV 1 1 
na^dxXfjaig D II 5, IV 11 
naQaxoXov&io} VIII 8, X 3 
TtaQaxovQ) XXV SB 
;ta^aAA«(r(;tt> I 3 L 
;ra^cJ;i;-?;;i05 Tit C 
naQaXva) XVIII 11, 36 
na^a(X0Q<p6(i) XVII 2 
naQafiv^ia D IV 11 
naQ&vofxoq VI 4 P 
nttQavofiofq D IV 2 
TcaQaTiLTirQ} X 8P 
TtaQaar^xoj XVIII 3 HL 
naQaaxofiaxl'Qai^ XVIII 21 H 
TtaQdza^ig C X 9 
TiagatTj^io) D VI 4 * 

TtaQatpaivw XX 13 Q 
Jia^a^wAftrrcu XX 20 H 
nagax(o^6Q> C XIII 3 
n&QeSQoq III 5 
7t%i//t VII I, Vin I, IX iP, 3, X I, 

XIII I, XIV I, XV I, XVI I, XVII I, 

XVril, I, XXII 2B, XXV 3, 6; D II 3 

naQEiasQxoficci XI 2 P 

na^Efi^oX'^ XXV 7 

naQ^QXO^ai XI i, XVII 2; C X i ; D 

IV 6, 9 
naQ^Q) IV 7, VIII 10, XX 9P; C X 4, 

7i 23, 31, 34, 50, XI 9, XIII 14; D II 

2, 4 



naQS-kVog (noun) V 7, XXVI 4, 5 ; (adj.) 

C IX 9T; SigT 
naQlaS-fitov XVIII loP, 37 H 
naQiaxTifii V 4C, 9, VI i, IX iC, XIII 

3P, XIV 2, XVI 5, XVIII 3, XXVI 

9H; C XII I 
TtaQOvala C XIII 8 
Tta^ocpd-aXfiia'-^ C X 28 
Tift^coTiq XVIII 10 

nag I i, 3, 4, 7> 12, 14, II 6, g( pas, 
Ttdaxo) I 4L, XI 6, XII 3, XVIII 21, 31, 

35 
Ttorrjp V4, 12, XVIII 18P, 22, XXVI 
4, 9H; C Pro I, XIII 10; D I 12, IV 

2, 3. II 
Tiav^onaQd&otogr C XIII 4 
Ttavo) VII 7, XVIII 31 P 
Tteid-aQXeo) C XII 5, XIII 3 
nelQ-o) XX 6 P, XXII iiB, XXVI 4 B 
TtBigd'Qeo XV 1 1 
nkXayog XVI i ; C XII 2 
Tie^Tto) I iC, XXII 16 Q; Sig B 
TtbVfjg D I 7 
Tcev^eo) XX 19 H 
nevB-og D II 7, IV 9 
TrfVTccA^^a Sig B 

TEfpce XIX 2P, XXII IB; D VIII i 
nSQianXoio XVI 7 

nEQidmo) P: XVIII 25, 27, 28, 32(?P) 
nsQiSeo) XV 15 
ns^leifii II 9 
nSQiBiGSQX^f^^^ XI 2 L 
Tis^LSvdvo) Sig T 
neQLhQXOfJiai IX iH, XI 2 H, XIII 3, 

XVI 2H 
7i£Qiex(o VIII 7; C XI 9VW 
Tie^trixio) XI 6 

7lSQU0XJ]fll D VI II 

TiSQtxaXX^g IV 2; C XI 2; D II i 
TiEQixsifj-at D IV 13 
tceqlxXeLo) X 10 
;ie(>i?cZvToeT V 7 

TlSQlXQlXOgf V 7 
TteQiTiatia) XXII 17, 18; C X 3 
Tie^mixofiaL C XIII 5 
TiSQiJtXsxo) XXI 3 Q 

7l6QL7lOt.£0) IX 2 PC 



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nspinoXevo) VI 3 P 

7i£Qia(ptyy(D V6L 

7i£^ia<pQayL^(o X 8, XIIX 3P, XXIV 2 

nsQLTtdg C XIII 4 

neQKpiQO) V 8P, X 8H; C XII 3 

nsQupQdaOQ) XVI 7 

TCBQixccQ^g I 8 

TtEQLXVVO) XVI 7 
7teQiX0iVVV(ll V 12 

JTe^ffat XV 8 

nhccXov D IV 14, 16 

7i£Tfivoe C Pro 3 

nexQa C X 45 

nrjkog V 12 

Tcrxt^q VIII 12; C XI iS 

nd^co I 2C 

nixQla V 13 

Tiip^^o? XX 2 H, XXVI 5B 

nixQihq V 12H; D I 6, 11 

nifjLTiXri^i D VI 5 

7CiVa> XVIII 31 P 

nlnxo) XX 16, 17, XXV SB; D IV 14, 

16, VI 8 
Ttiaoa XVI 7 
maxsvct) VI 4P, XV 13 
ntavog VT 4P 
nXavaoi VIII 9, XV 10 
nXdofxa XVIII 20 
nXdxog C XI 8 
nXaxvvo) C XIII 7 
7rA£';,rw VIII 5, XXI 3 
nXsv^d XVIII 28 
7r;.£w XVI I 

TiXf^&og D III 8; 7tXijS-vg VII 5 L 
nXTjS-vvo) C X 52 
nXj]fXfiEXoJg IV 6 C 
7iA)}v C XIII I, 12 
nXriQeo)-' C X 2UW 
nXi^Qrig V 13 
7r;i??poa> XXIII 4, XXVI 9H; D I 6, 12, 

VII 3 
nX^^watg XXII 7 
7lA9?<7i«?W V4P, D III5 
;iA/xft>t* (plico) XVIII 16 P 
nXtvS'Ov^ybo} XII 6 P 
TrAotov XVI 2, XVIII 28; C X 18 
nXoxi^ XXI 3 Q 



TcXoxoXoyEo) * VIII 5 C 

nXovOLOq C X 12 

TtXovxeo) C X 23 

nXovxoSoxsQ) C X 10 

nXovxoTioidg C XIII 14 

TtXovxog XIV 4P?; C XIII 13, 14 

nXvvo) XVEII 15 

TtvEvfxa I 2 L, II 5 L, IV 4, VII I PC, 4C, 

VIII I, IX 5, 7P, XI I, xa2, XIII 

3P, XIV 2, 4, 6, 7, XVi, II, I5,XVI 
I, 5, XVII I, 4L, sP, XVIII 3, 4, 
XXII I, 2, 3, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, XXVI 
6, 7; C X15, 16, 17, 18, XI 3; Dili 
I, IV 12, 13, VI 4, 12, VII 3; Tit B 

7iv6Vf4.ax6(o XXII II, 13 

nvm XXII 10, is; D IV i, VI 4 

nvlyw IV 5, XIII 3; C XI 4 

Tivoi^ XXII 2, 13, XXV 3 

TioS-eivoxaxog D II 2 

nod-ico I 3 L 

Tioiio) Ii,2C,3C,9L, i2,IV4VW,^^/fl^. 

7iol7j/na II I L 

noitjx^g II I L, 9B, III 5P 

nolfiVLOv C X 52 

notog II 2, IV 9, 10, V 9, VI 7, 8, et pas. 

TioXefiog VI 4; CX9; DI3 

noXiOQxla C X 36 

ndXtg I I, XIX iP, XX 17; C X 13, 24, 
27, 30. 36 

noXX&xig IV 6; C XI 5 

noXvfiOQfpog XIII 3 

TioXvSfifiaTog D VIII 6 

noXvnaS'i^g XVIII 39 

noXvTtolxiXog IV 4; C XI 4 

noXvg 1 1, 2L, 5 L, IV 5, V 5, 7P, etpas. 

noXXd I I, IV 6, 9, 1X6, X2 

noXvxeXiig D V i 

noXvxifiog XXII 16P 

novio) XVIII 14P, D VI II 

Tiovj^Qog I 2L, 4, 4L, 9L, 10 L, V I, 
6L, VI 4P, XV 12, XX 2P, XXII 10, 
12, XXVI 8H; D II 4, III i, VI 4> 
VII 3 

novog XVIII 14A, 18P, 33, 37H 

TtOQevat Igh, loL, X 6P, XIII 2, ei pas. 

TlOpl^O) IV 7 

noQ(pvQtog XII 4H 



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mQfOQodavofJLBVoq'^ XII 4 P 

TtOQipVQOvq XII 4L; D VI 12 

nocooi C IX 9 

notafioQ V 10, XXVI 9H 

notov C XI 7, 9 

novq V II P, 1X6, XIV i 

ngayfia XIII 2 

TtQtt^i-Q VI 3, VII 5, XI 3, XIV 4, XVI 3, 

4, XVIII 4; C IX 9T 
ngaog 1 4C 

TiQaaivog X 5, 7;' D VI 7 
ngdaov X 9 
TLQcctTOi C X 22 
nQmo) X3H; C XII 6 
TiQsa^vxBQoq XX 5P, 6P 
nQEOpvTTjg XX 5H, 10, 20 B 
Tcpl^Q) VI 9, II, XIV 8 
TtQodycD D I 2 
nQOyivcaaxo) V 13L 
TtQoyvwatiscoQ V 12 
HQodoxTiq IX 3 
7iQ66Q0^oq XXVI 10 H 
TiQOsd^eva) III 7 AP 

7lQO€7liat^6^0)* V2L 

nQoeQXO^cii V iP, XII i 

jiQOsxta V 3 

nQoQvfxla I I, 2, 2 A; D II I 

TtQoSvfiog I I ; C XII 2 

n^oOvficog I i 

TiQodvQpv II iBC, XVIII 22, 40 

TiQolsya) C X 10 

nQovoia D I 13 

nQQ^EVEo) D VI 14 

nQOOQiC,(i> XII 3 

n^OTtifiTio) XXII 16 P 

n^oaayoQsvdi VI 2 

Ti^oadyo) VI 5 P 

re()0(Ty£^aa> XX 6 H 

TtQOodiio X 8 P 

TCQoadoxio} C XIII 8 

TEpOfff (J^gvw III 7 C 

TiQotfetfit XX 2 P {slptL} 

TtQoaetTcov I 3C 

KQOOSXXBOV C XIII I 

TiQoabQxofxai XVIII 4P, 42, XX 2 

TCQOOBVX^ C Pro I 

TiQoasvxOfiaL 1 5 L, 6, XVIII 42 P ; CPro i 



n^oaixo) XXVI 8B 

nQoaB-vo) XXVI 4 Q 

UQoaxaM'Qo) VI i 

TiQoaxaLQog V 5 

n^oaxfxXso) XVIII 4; D II 8 

TiQoaxXlvo) C XII 3 

TCQOOjevvco) IV 6, 7, XII i, XIII iP, e^ 

pas. 
nQoaotxBOi VI 7 L 
n^oansfiTno XXII 16 
7iQ00tdaa(o I iiP, VI iiP, VII 8, XIII 

7; C IX 10, XII 2; DII8, IV 8 
TiQOiSxL^rif^t IX 6, XXVI 9H 
nQoa<pBQu) VI 5, IX I, XIX 2, XXVI 

8H; C 1X8, XI 7 
TiQoaxpccvco II 6 

Tt^oaconov VII I, X I, XI iP, et pas. 
nQoxdaao} VI iiL 
UQOXBQOq I 9L; C XII 3 

TtQOXQBTlW D III 4, VI II 

7tQ0(priXBv<o XV 8 

nQOipiixr\q D I 2, 4, 6 

7iQO<p7jxix6g D I 12 

TC^QiXOfxataxoj^ I 2 {-o^oq P, -o^ov Q) 

nQO)x6nkaaxog D I 2 

nxBQOBidiiq XIV 4 

nxBQov XIV I 

nxBQvytov XXII 8 

nxBQOiXoq XVIII iH, XXV 3 

nxrivonQOOionoq XVIII iP 

Tixvoao) XXII 6 

TTtvty VII 3 

nxwfict D I 13 

nxcDfiaxi^o) XVIII 21 P 

Ttxwxoq C X 12 

TtvXrj I 14 

nvvMvofjiaL IV i, XXVI 4B 

nvQ I 3C, 10, III 4, VII 5, 1X6, 7P, 

XIV 5, XX 13; C X2, 41, XIII 12; 

D VI I 
nvQyog C X 24 
nvQBd-^ov XVIII 20P 
nvQBXog XVIII 20, 23 
nvQOfjiaxBO) XVIII 44 P 
nvQOO) IX 6 

nvQfoOig XVIII 29 P, nvQBCtg H 
noiyoiv V 1 2 L 



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"Pa^Sit^o) V 6 

Qaivd) XVIII 15 

paTttct) C IX 10 

"Pa^dv XXVI 2, 4, 5 

QTiyvv^i VII I, IX 3, XV 8; C X 4 

Qtiixa V 3, 10, XXVI 6; D II 4 

qtjok; D I 12 

pTJtO^SVQ} D VIII 2 

Qiyog XVIII 1 8 

^A7t?J XXIV 2 

Qiitto) I 9, II, II 8, III 3, 4P, et pas, 

'Po^odfi XXVI 7H 

QOfi<pala XX 13 ^ 

^07t^ XXIV 2H 

^VTiaQia XVIII 20P; C X 12 

QvnxQ) C IX 10 

'Pa)/xalog VI 8 P 

Q(6vvvfjti XXII 5B 



:S^a/9a XIX 3, XXI i 

:Sa^aQ)S' 1 6, 7, III 7L, V 9, XI 6P, 

XXIV 2Q; C X 53 
aaXsvd) XVIII 5, 1 1 P, XXII 8, XXIII i Q, 

XXIV 2 
HaXvf^aiv C IX9XJ, cf. 2oXo^0i>v 
adfx<peiQoq XXI 2 
ad^xcoaiq D I 12 
cdQ^ XVII 3, XVIII 19 A, 40 
Satavaq D I i, 4, 6, II 10 
oacp&q D ly 2 

GB^Ofxai V 5, 10, yi 4, XX 13B 
osiQa D I 12 
G8LG!x6q VI 10 

osX-^n IV 9, VII 6, XV 4; C X 35 
GBX7}vtd'C,ofiat C X 35 
ae^a^lfi XXI 2H, XXVI 9H; D VIII 6 
arj/ietov XXV 4; C IX 8, 10, XIII 2, 7 

arj^BlOipOQOq D 1 2 

Grjfi£i.6(0 XII 3, XXII iiB 

o^fis^ov V 4, XXIII 2Q, XXIV 3, 5; 

C XIII 3 
GfiTtedcbv XVIII 8 
oiaXog XVII 3 {ale>og P) 
^L^vXXa D V I 

olyXog, alxXog X9P, XXI iB H 
aldriQog II 6, V 12, XIX 2 



^^i^aX D I 13 
oirlSta, Tci*f I I (A), 3H 
GixLov I I, 3, 4; D II 2, 4 
JS^iwv I iL; C Pro i, 5, 

GlCDTtdo) VI II 

axdXa XXIII 3 Q 

axavSaXiQa) XVIII 16; D III 8 

(T^ffAitt^w* IV 5 HI 

GxsTczofiat D I I 

Gscevd^Q) Dili 

Gxev^ V 8 

a>;fvog XV 8, XXI 3 

Gxeipig XVI 3 

Gx^TtTQOV XXVI 7H; D VII 4 

Gx^tpigi XVI 3Cr 

GxXriQla XVIII 15 P 

GxXr^Qvvo) XXV 3, 5 

<y;coWStt> IV 5; C XI 4 

"(r;tf0^n:tV VII 5C, XXVI 7H 

Gxotsivog XVII I ; D IV 9 

(r;tor/a XIII 5 P 

Gxozl^a} VII 5AP, VIII II C, XXVI-7B 

GxoTog VIII 2, XIII 5. XVIII 2; D IV 13 

GXvd-QWTldt^tOV I 3L 

Gxvd-QO>7t6g D II 4, IV 9 

Gfxd^aydog XXI 2 

^oXofji&v I I, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, II, et saepe 

Sovfiavktjg XXVI 2H (aov^artr??? P) 

<yo^/a III 5, IV II, V 13P, eg fas, 

GO<piQ(ii VII 4, XIX 3P, XXII 3 ^ - 

ao<p6g III 5P, VIII 11, XV 5, et pas, 

Gnd&ri XVII i P 

GTiaQyavov XVIII 37 P 

GTiaGfiogf XVIII 21 

GjtT^Xaiov IV 4, 5; C XI 3 

GTiXdyxvov XVIII 29 

GTCOQd V 3P 

GTtovdaimg XXII 11 

GTiovd'ii D III 8, IV 7 

GxddLOv XXI 3 HQ 

Gxaxxri VI ID 

GxaXdGGQ) V 12L 

GxavQoo) XXII 20 

OTSfz/jia D VII 4 

ffTfvay/iOff D IV 9 

Gt£vdt,Q) V 12; D I II 

axeQicofia XX 12, 17 



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:azn^oq I 9, II, III 3, IX 3; D II 7 
CX719C0 I 14, XIII 2P; C X 21 
<KnQi''Qo} VI 3P; C XIII 4; D LV 17 
awyM XXIV 2P 

(nrotxffov VIH2, XV5, XVII4, XVIII 1,2 
GXoXii C X 4, 28 
ffro/^a XIII 4> XIV 6, XVI 7, XXII 10, 

13B, 14, 17; D VI4, 5 
ffr0iuari?«>(?) XIII 3 L 
arSfiaxog XVIII 18, 21 
ato'/fiC,opLai XIII 3 P 
atQayytafiog* XVIII 27 P 
GXQaxeLa C X 36 
aXQaxKOXriq IV 11, VII i 
iSXQaxog XIX iP 
axQ£(p(i) XXV 7H; D IV 4 
axQ6<poq VII 5, XVm 13 
axvyvd^o) I 4 L 
(nvXoq XXV SB 
ffTVTTTrarov XVI 7 
OTV()a| V 13 

ffvyyevjj^ Vil 5 A, VIII 8W 
avyyivofiai IV 6, XIV 3, 4; C XI 5 
ovyxaXvTcxQ) XXV 7 
avyxXEto) I 7, XXII 15 
avyxoLXoq VIII 8 C 
(;u;c^ XVIII 37 P 
avXXaf^^dvo) XXII 3, 12 
ffuUfufof* XV 8 
avfi^dvxa^ ra I 4 
m)ii^aaiXzvo){'>) XVI 3 P 
av/ipovksvco XVI 3 
avfi^ovXrj XVI 5, XXVI 7B 
avfifjiaxso) VI 4 P 
ovfifiiyvvfit V 7 P 
avfXTtdQSifxi {st^C) II 9 W, V 4 
avfinaq XIII 5P 
CVfinXszo) vm I 

<JVfX7ll7]^6(0 XXII 7 

avf47tXi^Q(oaig XXII 7B 
av/iTiodi^Q) XVIII 42 P 
avfiTiTcofia XX 13 B 

OV(X(p^QOV r» VII 2 

avfiipOQd V 7 P 
mJV(xy;C)? XVIII 8P 
avvrfyai I I, II 5 C, XIV 5 
avvaxoXovd-soj XXV 6 



avvdvxTifxa IX 6 

awaaxQoq* IV 6; C XI 5 

avv6e<o VIII i 

avvi^X^f^^^ II 7 B 

avvEOiq XXII I 

avvj^S-r^g I 10 

avvlri(Ai XV 14, XXII II B 

ffwo;C^ XVIII 8 A 

avvxdaao) XXII 11 B 

(TvyT^fia XXIV 2Q, XXV 8; D VI 14 

avvxeXkO) II 8 

avvxofxoq VIII 12P 

avvxopcwg XXII 14Q, XXni 2H 

avvxQi^o) XVIII IIP, 36P, XXVI 5B 

(n'VTvy;(aj'£y C X 11 

avwnovQyio} XXII 8 

(Ti;()co VI 10 

avaxaatq C Pro 3 

avaxTifxa D VII 2, 5 

ff^ayjj XVri I 

<y^«ga> XXVI 4H; D I 5 

GipaXiia VII 6 

a(priVo>aLg XVUI 9P 

0<piyyonQ6a(DTCoq XVIII i ■ 

a<plyyij) XXII 14 

a^joty^a I 1, :^, 3L, II 6L, XVIII 7 

XXVI I, 2H 
0<pod^6q C X 37 
0(pQayi8Lov II 9 B 
GipQayiQm II 5, IV 12, VII 3, 8LC, VIII 

12, IX 3, X 6, 7, XII 5, XVI 7, XXII 

II, iiB, XXVI 9H; C 1X917 
<s<pQayLg I 6, 7, 8, II 5 L, 9, V 11, X 6^ 

XIV 2, XV 7, XXII 9, iiB, XXVI 8H; 

C IX 8, XII I, 4, XIII 6, II ; D II 6, 

7, 8, 9, 10, III 3, 4, VI 3, 13, Vll 3; 

SigB, L; plural a(pQayl6ai Sig C 
GX7l(xa II 5, X I, XI I, I LP 
axoiviov IV 12 
axoZvog^ t} IV 12P 
axoXdt,Q> I loL 
(7;CoW?a>(?) IV5WW° 
awfxa 1 4, IV 2 C, V 12 L, VII I H, etpas. 
aiofxaronocdco IV 4V°W°P ; C XI 3 VW 
awixaxom II 5 L, IV 4AT°; C XI 3T 
a<DX7}Q XVII 4 
00)(pQOVSOi VIII 8 



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TakalntoQoq XX 4 

tdXavTOv XXI 4H; D VI 2 
xa(X£Lov XIII 2 
zavvo) XV 10 
rd^iQ D VIII 5 
za^ax^^ G X 29 
TaQza^og VI 3 

TdGao) II 5, V 5, VIII 12, XXII 11; D 
I 3> III 7 

XCtVQ6fJLOQ(pO<^ XVIII I 

ravQoq XXI 3 

Ttt^jog VIII 9, XX 20 

rax€<wg D VI 5, r«xiOTa D VI 3, x&x^ 

IV 2 
Ta/fffrog D VI 3 
xdxoc. D VII 3 
Tftxoe V 12L, VII 8 L 
tsxvov C X 53, XIII 2 
zeXstcog XXVI 7B, 8B 
T8AetJT«a> XVII I, 2P, XX 7, XXVI 7 
TfAeo XXVI 5B 
zikoq D IV 6, 8, VIII 2; Sub V 
xefxvoi I 2C, II 5 
Tfipae XXV 4 
Ter^ttTtovg C X 3, 49 
1 e^^a VI 5 P 
Tfi^vj; G X 20, 42 ; Sig T 
zs/vlzT^g I I, 3, VII 8, X 8, XX I, XXII 8 
zrjydviov C IX 9T 
ZTjXtseovzOQ XXIII 4P 
ZTj^io) X 8P, XX 18H, XXV 7 
T/5-)7jMt XIV 5, 6, XVEII 22, e^ pas. 
zixzo) XIII 3P, XXII 20; D I 12 
zif^dco XIX I 
zif^^ XXII 16, I6C(?) 
zlfxioq I 6, VI 8, XIX 2P, XXVI 10 HI 

D V I, VI 7 
tifxcDQico V 3 
zifia)^la XX 6P 
ZLvdaao) VII 3, XX 4 
TO£(5(7rfe XXII 2 B 
zoiovzoQ I 2C, II I L, IV 2C, XV 5, 10, 

II, XVI iP, XVIII 40, XX 4; C XI 2, 

XIII I ; D II I, 2, 4, 6, 7, VI 2, VIII 7 
roioiVwe I 4 L 
ror;fog VII 5 
zoXfxdo) XX 4P; I) III 8 



TOTtoe I I, II 3, VII 3, VIII 6, etpas, 
zoaovzoq XXIII 4Q, XXVI 3 P, adv. 1 2C 
ZOZE VII I L, 3, IX 5, XIII 2, 6P, etpas. 
zgdneQa I iG; C XI 7, 8, 9 
ZQdxn^oq II 6L, V 12, IX 6, XVIII 16, 

23 P, 24 P, 25 P 
XQ^fim II I, VI 8 
ZQSItQ} X3LP, XX 9 P 
rQS<po) VI 3, 5 
ZQexw I9C, X9H(?) 
ZQi^oXoq XII 2 A, zQipSXatog P 
zgi^Q) V 12L, XVIII 20 

ZQlt,(l} XII 2 

ZQizi<paXoq XII iP 

ZQlxXog[l) C 1X9 

ZQixvfxLa V 8 

rp£;cwAogf C IX 9 

XQinzoq XVIII 34 P 

rpiTToe XV 7 

ZQLwdiovi'i) G IX 10 

r^OTfatov IV 4C 

T^OTto? IV 4, XVII 3, XVIII 4P, 44P; 

C XI4 
XQ6<pri XX 9P; D II3 
zvyx^vti) IX 6, XVIII 4P; D III 8, IV 13 
xvjXTtavov C XII 6 
xvTiog XX 15B 
zvnxo) V 6 L, XII 2, XX 2 
zvQavvsoi V 5P 
zvQavvog VI 4, VIII 10 

TV^J^OW XII 2P 

'y(i;ciV^oe XXI 2 

v^^t? XX 2 

vyLaivcD XXII 11; C X 39, XIII 13, 14 

vyt^? XVIII 20A 

vdgia V 12 

vrftt>() V 10 L, 11^ XI 6, XVI iP, eipa^. 

vi6g I I, 7, V 3, 10, XIII 7, e/!/ar. 

vA?; IV 8, V 12 L, Vr 10, XIV 5, XVIII 28 

vflvio) 18, XII 6 L 

vf/.voXoy^a} C XII 4 

VTtaxovo) VI 4 P 

vTcasczi^dg XVIII 31 

vTtd^X^ XIII 5, XIX 3, XX iP, ge pas, 

VTtsliCCD C XII I 

vTteiai^XO/^ccc IX 5G, XVI 2H, XXIII 3 



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vTtevavtiog VIII 10 

vjiegPdUo) Tit B, vnsQpaXkovxiOQ Tit I 

VUBQ^Olil X 2P 

te^ev;cAE?J?-f-* XXVI 10 H 

vnBQii<pavoq V 3 

imsQi C XII 6 

VTiBQiaxvoi X 2P 

VTtSQfieyid-rig XXIV 4 

VTtepoz)} X 2 

vnvog II 3 B 

vnvmnxoq II 3 

v7toyLVQ)axo)* V 13L 

vnoSeUvv[XL XXII iiQ; C XIII 7 

V7to6BiXVV(J> C X 2 

VTCodexofiixt XVI 2 

kotJew XXIII 3 P 

V7toJi;v«(?) XII 2 P 

modvvQ) VII 5 

vnoS-satq XXVI 3B 

vjfoxalo) V 13 

VTioxccTtvi^o) I 3 C 

vnoxdT(od-ev C XI 7 

vnoxavGiq XI 7 P 

vnoXaii^&vo) I 4 L 

vnoXsmo) VI 2, VII i 

vnbXomoq VII i P 

wroAolos XXIV 5 

vnopLsvo) XI 6 

mofiifivi^axQi XXII 6 

vTroJEicE^w D II 4 

vnoTtQOTdaaco* X6L 

VTcbnxBQoq II 3 

inoaxofzai C IX 8 

UTTOTay^J C X 50; D III 3, IV 6 

i)7ioTda<T(o II 5L, 7, 8, III 5, tf^^cj. 

vtioteXso} XXII 5P 

vnotsl^q XXIII 5P 

VTiov^yog D IV 13 

hnoxBiQioq XXV 8B; C IX 8 

vip^Xoq VII I, 8; comp. D I 13 

vViOTo? I 7, XT 6, XVIII 20P 

Uv;oe VIS, XXIV iQ 

vv^OQj XXIV I P 



€>alvw II 3B, VIII 4, XV 5, etj>as. 
(pave^io)* C X 31 



<pavBQ6g C XIII 2 

(paveQom XIII 3P; C X 21, 38 

(pavSQ&q IV 6, VI 6P, XII 3; C XI 5 

(pavxaGla III 7; C X 51T 

(pavxaCfjia VIII 9C 

<pdQay^ IV 5 

^a^acJ XXV 3, 5, 6 

^JK^vy^ XVIII 37 

(pavXoq VIII 9 

^£^a> I 7, VI 4P, VIII 6, XI 7, et pas. 

<pBvyo) XIII 6 A, XVIII 40 

^^^?? D VIII I 

iprifli passim 

(pS^dvw IX 5 P 

tpd-oviw I 2A 

^(5roe VI 4, XVIII 38 

^ta;i^ XVI 7 P 

9)/aAo€* XVIII 44P; C XI 7 

^/X/a XX 9 

<piXoXoyea) X 2P 

^iXovsixla D IV I 

9?/Xog VIII II, IX 8, XVIII 38 

q}X6y(o I 10 

<pX6^ III 4 

(po^BQdg I 3C 

(popBQoxQOoq^ XII I 

yo^ew II 6, V 9, VI loL, XVII 4 

yo^o? I4L; D I 8 

(povEVd) V 8; D I 2, 3 

9)0V0? V8P, VI 4 

^o^d C IX 9T, XII 6 

q}OQeo} V 12, XVIII 16; Sig T 

^Qdt,o} VI 8 L 

(pQEvi^oq (cf. (pQovifiog)* I iC; CX5 V 

^^frtrtatu X 3 P 

^^^v X3, XIII 4, XVIII 12, 30 

<pQLX7j XVIII 19 P 

(p^ixxoq XXIV 4Q; C X 53 

(pQtaGQ) II I 

<pQ6vriaiq XIX 3; C X 20, 41 ; D I 12 

(pQdvi^oq (cf. (fQivifioq) C X 5UW 

^^or^fi XVin43P 

<pQOVQim XX 18B 

(pvAapcjJ XVI 7 A; C X 14 

(pvXdaao) XXIII 2Q, XXIV 2 HP, XXVI 

8H; C XIII 8, 9; Tit C, Sub V 
<pvXri C X 28; D I 12 



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III, Index of Greek words 



<pvXXov XVIII IS, 37, XX i6; C IX lo; 

D IV i6 
<pvaa(a XXII 17 Q, 18 Q 
<pvai6<o XXII 18 

(pvaiq IV 5, XX 13P; C Pro 3, XI 4 
<pv(s) C X 6 
(pcoXeoq D VI 4 
<po)k6V(o IV 4, V 4; C XI 3 
^(ovico C XII 3 
<pti)v^ I 3C, 4, IV 8. V 13, VIII 2PC; 

et pas. 
q}u}q D IV 13 
(payv£i.v6q C XII 3, 4 

Xy TO D VIII 3 

XalQO) I 2, 14BC, X I, XIX I, XXII I, 

XXV 9; D VI I 
XaXaxiq XVIII 17 
;caA«tt> C X 22 

XaXdatoi XV 8, xaX6atitbq C XIH 14 
Xalenoq I 2C, 10, 14H, V 13P, XIII 

3P, XVI I, XX 2, XXII 2B, XXV 3; 

D VI I 
XccXivodeafia* XIII 4 P 
XaXxoq XIX 2, XXI iB; D II 6, VI 2 
;faA;fOii? XVIII 28 P, XXIV, 2B, 3 
X<xfJ-al VII 3 
XCc^cc^crrjQ XI 6 
Xa^doato C XIII 8 
XaQiQOfiai XXI I Q; C XIII 10 
X^Qiq II 5, ;^<^2, XXVI 8 B 
XaQLOfxa C XIII 14; Sig C 
XaQOTCOtio) C X 12T 
X«?r)7e I 3C, XVIH 16P, 23 P, 24, 25 P 
XaQxlov XIII 6 A, XVIII 24 L; Sig T 
XelXoq XVIII 20 
Xeifzd)v C X 7 

;^£/() I 2, 3C, 4, 5, II I L, V 6L, eipas. 
XeQOVpL^ XXI 2H, XXVI 9 H; D VIII 6 
XtAttig XXVI 9 H 
;^iwV C Pro I ; C X 7 
X^Bvri IV II 
XoXi} V 9, 13 
XO^rjyio) D VIII i 
XOQriylct V 12 



;C0^Ta5a> IX 2 
XQaofiai, C X31 
XQsla XIII 2 

XQVi<^ ^^ 3 

X(»^/<ff XVI 2, XXII II Q 

XQWf^rixfjq{'l) IV8C°; C XI 6 

X^'h^i-y-oq D III 3, VI 10 

XQn^toq C X 31 

XQiatoq D I 12 

XQ(-<^ V 12L 

XQdvoq V 5, XIII 6P, XV" 8, XXIV 2P 

XQvalov I 12, 14, IV4PCC°, 6, XH4, 

XVIII 44P, XIX 2, XXI iB, 4B, xxn 

II; CX4, 23, 34, XI 3; D VI2, 7 
XQvatoq IV 4P 
XQvaoq XVI iP 
XQvoovq XXI 3H, 4H 
XQ<^(^(^ XXI 2 

XvvQi VHI 7 (x€w?) P; D IV 16, 17 
X<OQa I I, XXVI i; C X 13; D VI I, 2 
XO)Q^Q) XV 6 
;^0()/gG> VIII 8, XVIII 22 

WaXfKpdla D I 2 

ipaX/zoq Dili 

V;^*poe VI 8P, XI 6P, XIII 6P, XV iiP 

ipiXoqf V 12L 

rpoa XVIII 28 P 

ipoq}60} XIV 4 

V'v;*:^ 1 4, 5. VIII 9, XX 12 

tpvxoq XVIII 1 8 LP 
xpvx^ojq XVIII 18 H 

!Q I 4C; C XII 4, 6, XIII I, 4; D IV 5, 

VII 2 
wrff II9, VI3, IX7P,XIII3P, XX 10; 

D VI 13, VII 3 
oj^o^ VII 8L, XV I, XVIII II 
w^a I 3BC, 4C, 9, 10, XIII 3, XVIII 6, 

XXII 2; C X4 
WQatoq XXVI iQ, 5H 
&tlov XVIII 21 
oxpeXsca C Pro 3 
axpeXbO) C X 46, 49 



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AfjiovXa C IX 9 T 
iLQtiX0V(^) V6L 
^S VII4L XVIII 15 L 
'datQO C XI 5 TV 

Elfxi'. ^ftovv 1 1 1(?), fjTOV I I L 

evaQ I I L 

*BQXOfiat\ ^(>xfTov I 2 L 

kovxn XVII 2 L, hovta XVIII 15 L 

ZaXilo} VIII 1 1 C 



IV. Index of Modern Greek 
{Not including MS E) 

Kad-efA,lav I 2 C 



xad-^STiTTjQ Intro, p. 19 
xovdvXwv Sig T 
x^dtog D IV lo, VI 2 

(jLe=^^iSTd XXII iiQ 

SrafiaTlt,oj XIII 3 P 
(yrpa/vctff V 8 

rp8»;;iog+ C 1X9 
Tvq)kova) XII 2 A 



V. Index of Subjects and Persons 



Aaron, a magician 102 

Abezethibu (or, -bithu) 44, 82 

Abraxas 70 

AeSma daeva 55 

Agla 84 

dxsipaXog Saiftov 67 

Amulets 18, 21, 23, 24f., 47, 72, 75, 

77 and n. 5, 103 ; see also Pentacles 
Anastasius Sinaites 96, 98, 99 
Angelology 4, 46; Arabian 79; Christian 

4, 70; Jewish 59, 61 
Angels, fallen 43, 79; names 47, 75; see 

also Gabriel, Michael, Raphael, Uriel, 

and Index II, of Magic and Demo- 

nology 
Apharoph 42, 82 
Apocalypse of Noah 60 
Apocalypticism 49 f. 
Apotropaic materials 48 
Arabian Nights i, 79, 84, 86 
Arc, or Aron, see John of 
Agakku marsu 53 f. 
Asia, province of I09f. 
Asraodaeus 55, 61 f., 71, 81, 86 
Assyria 52 

Astrology 46, 91; Egyptian 57 
Athos, Mount 10, 13 
Azhi Dahaka 56 

Babylonia 52 f. 
Bath qol 43 

UNT. 9: McCown. 



Beelzebul 44 f., 50, 68, 83 

Bengali magic 52 

Biblioth^que Nationale 12, 15, 25; see 

also Manuscripts I, P, W 
Bilkis 4 

Bologna University Library 21 
Book of the Dead 56 f. 
Bomemann, Friedrich August 28, 105 ; 

see also Bibliographies II and III 
British Musem 13, 18 
Burkitt, F, Crawford 75 

Cabalism 82 f. 

Carmina 90 

Cedrenus, Georgius 95, 96, 99 

"Chaldeans*' 2 

Christianity 2f., 50 f., 83; early Church 
70 — 75; mediaeval 75 — 78 

Clavicula Salomonis, see Solomon, apo- 
cryphal books 

Colbert, Jean Baptiste 15, 16, 17 

CoUectio Herovalliana 103 

Conybeare, F. C. 27, 29, 51, 68 f., 105 f., 
108 

Conclusions 43, 87 f., 104, lo6fF., 109 

Cross in magic 5^1 

Cryptography 18, 22, 23 

Cup, magic 84 

Date, see Manuscripts^ Testament 
Dead, Book of, see Book of Dead 
Dead, burial of 85 

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Decani 34, 42, 45> 4^, 47> 57f-» 7i' loi 

Decretum Gelasianum 103 

Deissmann. Adolf VIII, 11 n. 3 

Demoniac, Gadarene 50 f. 

Demonology 82 ; of Apocrypha and- 
Pseudepigrapha 59 f.; Arabian 78 f., 
80; Babylonian 52f., Byzantine 77f. ; 
Christian 2f., 70—75; Galilean 65; 
Hellenistic 66f.; Jewish sgff., pre- 
Talmiidic'3, 65, Talmudic 62f.; Maz- 
dian 548".; New Testament 68f.; Pa- 
lestinian 3, 65; of Testament 43 fF. 

Demons 4, 44, 45; appearance 80, build 
Temple 3, 49, 80; hierarchy 44, 84; 
list of fifty-one 20, 84, loi, 102, see 
also Decani; names of 44, 45, see also 
Abezebithu, dxstpakog rfcf/jMCWV, aSakku 
raarsu, Asmodaeus, Azhi Dakaka, 
Beelzebulj Eltzianphiel, Empusa, Ene- 
psigos, Ephippas, Hekate, Iblis, Kuno- 
pegos_, Lix Tetrax, Lucifer, Mastema, 
Obyzuth, Onoskelis (-lu), Ornias, Pal- 
tiel Tzamal, Sahr, and Index II, of 
Magic and Demonology; nature 43 f., 
see also Demonology; origin 43, 83; 
prophecy of 5, 44, 62; punishment 80; 
works 45 
Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila 38, 76, 

106 
Dream books 22, 26 
Du Cange 17 

Editions, etc., of Testament 28—30 

Egypt 56ff., I09f. 

Elements, 68 ; see also Decani, HOGybO- 
XQUTO^egy Seven spirits 

Eleven, mystical number 82 

Eltzianphiel 83 

Empusa 45 

Enepsigos 67, 82 

England, manuscripts used in, see British 
Museum, Holkham Hall, and Manu- 
scripts H and L (T) 

I Enoch 59 ff. 

Ephefeia grammata 47, 67 

Ephippas 44, 53 

Eros 48 



Ethiopia 7 iff. 

Eusebius , "Archaeological History" (?) 
98, 99 

Fabricius 17 n. i, 28, Bibliography III i 

Faust literature I 

Faustina 2 

Fleck, F. F. 15, 17, 28, 105, Biblio- 
graphy I I 

Folklore 1 ; Arabian 78 ff.; Christian 
71 ff.; motifs: aerial column 73; burial 
of dead 85; immovable cornerstone 
69, 73; demons used In building 4, 
49, 80; falling stars 79 f.; father and 
son, quarrel of 32, 73; future, know- 
ledge of 5, 44, 62; magic ring, see 
Solomon, ring of; seduction to idol 
worship by beautiful woman 7 if.; 
Solomon as builder, faU of, glory and 
wealth, power ower animals, visit of 
Queen of Sheba, wisdom, see Solo- 
mon; Testament 4, 32; see also Lo- 
custs, sacrifice of 

France, manuscripts , see Biblioth^que 
Nationale 

Fiirst, J. 15, 28, Bibliography II 2 

Gabriel 42, 8 1 

Galilee 109 

Gaster, M. 42, 108, 109 

Gaulmin, Gilbert 17 and n. 6, 27 

Gelasius, decree of 103 

Georgios Monachos 95, 96, 98 f. 

Georgian legend 73 

Ginzberg, Louis 30 and Bibliography II 5 

Glycas, Michael 95, 96, 99 

Gnosticism 7of., 82, 84f., no 

Greek, modern 19 

Haggadah 1 

Harnack, Adolf 29, 105, 108 

Healing, magical 10 1 

Heidelberg, University Library 13 n. i 

Hekate 67, 82 ii. 4 

Hellenism 66 fF. 

Hermaneia , see Solomon , apocryphal 

books 
Hermetic writings 26 
Herovalliana, CoUectio, see CoUectio 



V. Index of Subjects and Persons 



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Hezekiali 36, 92, 96 ff., 99, 102 
Hippolytus 96 f. 
Holkham Hall, Library 11 
Hygromanteia, see Solomon, apocryphal 
books 

Iblis 81 

Incantations 90 

Inventiones Nominum 73 

Iranian influences 54ff. 

Isidor (pseudo-), de muneris 103 

Isis 4 

Istrin, V. M. 10, 12, 17, 18, 29, 105 

Italy, Greek manuscripts 14 u. i, 15 
n. I, 19, 20, 25, 26 f.; see also Bologna, 
University Library; Milan, Ambrosian 
Library ; and Manuscripts U, V, and W 

James, Montague Rhodes 11 n. 3, 29, 49, 

60, 91 
Jantsch, Heinrich 10 n. i, 20 n. 3 
Jerusalem, manuscripts, see Appendix, 

manuscripts E and N pp. 112 — 115 
Jesus Christ 2, 50 f., 74, 83 
Jeu, First Book of 85, Second Book of 70 
Jewish elements in Testament 59 — 66 
Jinn 78 ff., see also Solomon, jinn of 
Johannes Canabutzes 12 
John of Aron (Aro?) 23 
Judaism 59 — 66 

Key of Solomon, see Solomon, apocry- 
phal books, Clavicula 
Kohler, Kaufman 3 n. i, 30, 65, 106, 108 
xoaptosc^droQEg 45, 60, see also Elements 
Kurz, E. 29 
Kynopegcs 44, 45 

Language of Testament 38—43 

Legend, see Folklore, Solomon 

Leicester, Earl of 11 

Letter formulae 40 ff. 

Lix Tetrax 67 

Locusts as sacrifice 49, 64, 72, 81 

Lucifer 45 

Magianism 54f., 85 

Magic 47 f.; Arabian 78 f.; Christian 2 f., 
74; Egyptian 56f; Ethiopian 72; Hel- 



lenistic 67 f.; Jewish- Aramaic 65 f.; 
materials used 48; mediaeval 84 f.; 
medicine and magic 4, 13, 32, 47 f., 
90; see also Cup, Demonology, In-' 
cantations, Table 

Maimonides 93 

Manuscripts consulted ; Austrian, see 
Vienna; English, see England; French, 
j^^ France; German, j^^ Munich; Ita- 
lian, see Italy; Russia, see Moscow; 
see also Jerusalem^ Mount Athos ; rela- 
tionships 5 — 9, 30 — 33 ; manuscript 
D lof., 29, 31, 32f., 38f., Sjf., II 
E, see Appendix; H iif., 31, 37; I 
i2f., 29, 31, 37; L i3ff., 31, 86 
N, see Appendix; P I5ff., 28, 31, 37 
50; Q i8ff., 29, 31; S 15, 18, 31 f. 
T i8f., 23, 3if.; U 20f., 23; V 14 
ns. 2, 3, 15, 18, 20, 21— 25, 26, 31 f. 
W 14 and n. i, 18, 20, 25—27, 3 if, 

Marcus Aurelius if. 

Mastema 61 

Mazdaism, see Magianism 

Mediates, George 25, 27 

Mesmes, de, Henri and Jean Jacques, 
16, 17 and n. 5 

Michael 46, 49, 54, 72 

Middle Ages, science 22, 26 

^igne, Abbe 15, 29 

Milan, Ambrosian Library 20 

Minas, Minoides I2f. 

Montgomery, James A. 65 

Moscow 27, 58 

Moses as magican 93 

Mount Athos 14 n. i, 27 

Munich 14 n. i, 20 

Mysticism, cosmic 71 

Myths, motifs, see Folklore 

Name, power of 4, 47, 74 

Names, magic, see Angels, Demons, Re 

Nathan 85 

New Testament 68 f. 

Nino, see St. Nino , 

Notaricon 82, 84 

Obsequies of the Virgin (Syriac) 73 
Obyzuth 78, 82 

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V. Index of Subjects and Persons 



Omont, H. 13 n. i, 16 n. 5. 17 and ns. 

1, 5, 26 
Onoskelis (-In) 15, 19, 67, 83 
Omias 44, 73, 78 
Origen 99 

Palestine 109 f, 
Paltiel Tzamal 19, 36, 102 
Pamphilus 92. 
Papyri, magic 84, 85 
Parousia 34 

Pentacles 100, see also Amulets 
Pistis Sophia 70f., 85 
Pleiades 70 
Poseidon 67 

Procopius of Gaza 95, 96 
Psellus. Michael 27, 78, 07 
Psychology; popular i f. 
Pythagorean writings (so-called) I4f., 
20, 22, 26 

Queen of Sheba, see Sheba 
Quran 85 and n, 9 

Raphael 42, 82 

Rashi 93 

Re 4 

Recensions of Testament 35 f.; Rec. A 
31. 32f., 37f-> 40, 82, 86, 108, III; 
Rec. B 31, 32f., 37, 40, 77, 82f., 86, 
107, 108, in; Rec. C 32, 33 f., 39 f., 
83 f-) 87, 99 f., 100 f., 102, 108, III; 
Rec. C, Prologue 32, 83 f. 

Remedies, magical, see Magic and me- 
dicine 

Ring of Solomon, see Solomon 

Rufinus 73 

Sahr 80, 81 

St. Augustine i 

St. Nino 73 

Salzberger, Georg 30, 80, 106 

Schiirer, Emil 29, 105, 109 

Seals of demons 84, see also Solomon, 

Seal of 
Seal of Solomon, see Solomon 



Semiphoras, see Solomon, apocryphal 
books 

Sepher Raziel, see Solomon, apocryphal 
works 

Seven demons 82 

Sheba, queen of 4, 48, 75 

Sheintob ben Isaac 93 

Shem-ha-meforash 42 

Shunamite 3, 49, 64f. 

Signs, magic 86, see also Amulets 

Solomon 48 f.; apocryphal books and 
writings 90 — 103; Clavicula Salomonis 
1, 9 n. 6, 14 and n. i, 15, I9f., 26, 
77) 83, 85, 86f., 100, Id, 102, 103; 
*^EQfJLavBia 14 n. i ; Interdictio {or 
Contradictio) 103; to xXr^d^jV trjq 
vyQOfjLavxBlaq 14 n. i, see also Cla- 
vicula; Phylacteria 103; Tt^d^eiq So- 
XofxiovTog 24f.; Semiphoras 100, Se- 
pher Raziel loo; xsyvi^ tov SoXo- 
fXcovtOQ 22; Yy^ofiavrsla 14, 20, 
100; Christ and 76ff.; demons and 

48, 49, 85 n. I, gi ; exorcisms ascribed 
to 91 ff., 94; fall of 3, 5, 48f., 62ff., 
7 if., 8r; favorite slave 3; flying 
through air 85 f.; jinn of 65, see also 
demons and; legend of 49, 55 f., 63, 
79, Arabic 94, Christian 94 — 104, 
Jewish 90 — 94; as magician 48, 68, 
77 f., 9off. ; medicine, founded by 95, 
writings on loif.; ring 3, 4, 18, 26, 

49, 64, Si J inscription on 82, see also 
seal; seal I3f,, 18, 23, 65, 86f., see^ 
also ring; Temple building 3, 4, 56, 
59; wisdom and glory 4, 90 ff,, 95 f.; 
medical wisdom 92 f. 

Sorcery 2 

South, queen of, see Sheba 

Style of Testament 3, 38—43 

Subscription of MS V 23 

Suidas 98 

Summaries, see Conclusions 

Superstitions, wandering of 85 

Syncretism 51 f, 66 

Table, magic 84 
Takhma Urupa 56 



VI. Index of Quotations from Ancient Authors 



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Talmud 56, 62 

Tartarus 44, 46 

Testament, author 43, 47, 88 f; date 2, 
105 ff., 108; manuscripts, see Manu- 
scripts; original 33, 35, 38,40, 87, 105; 
recensions, see Recensions ; sources 
analyzed 87—90; style, see Style; 
subjekt matter 48 — 90; textual prin- 
ciples of edition 36 fF.; translation, 
question of 42 f. 

Thou, de, Jaques August 17 and n. 5 

Thraetaona 56 

Thundering Legion 2 

Timothy and Aquila, see Dialogue of 



Tim othy and Aquila 
Tobit, Book of 55 
Toy, C. H. 105, 109 

Uriel 42 

Vienna, manuscripts 18, 23, 24 n. 2, 58 
Virgin birth 83 
Virgin, Obsequies of 73 
Vivonne, Duchesse de 16, 17, 

Vima 55f. 

Zahravi 93 
Zonaras 95 



VI. Index of Quotations from Ancient Authors 



I. The Bible and Apocrypha 
Gen VI 1—4 59 
I Kgs m 90 
1 Kgs IV 26 — 29 96 
I Kgs IV 33 63 
I Kgs V 9 — 14 90 
Ps CXVIII 22 61, 69 
Is XXVIII 16 69 



TobI 19; Il3fF. 85 n. 6 


Sap VII I 61 


Sap VII 16 — 21 96 


Sap VII 17—22 91 


Sap IX 4 61 


I Enoch Vlf. 59 


I Enoch XV f. 59 


I Enoch XXXVII-LXXI 60 


I Enoch LXXIX i— 12 60 


JubVIl2ifF. 59 


JubX5 59 


Jub X 7— 9 60 


Test Reub III 3—6 60 


Mt XXI 42 61 


IPtII6f. 61, 69 



2. Rabbinical writings. 
Aboth di R. Nathan 37 3 62 f. 
Mishna 

Berakoth 10 a 92 f, 

Pesachim 56 a 92 f. 

Hagiga i6a 62 f. 
Targum Sheni Esther 63 

3. Greek, Roman etc. 
Anas tas ins Sinaites 

Quaest XII 98 

QuaestXLI 96 f. 
Citharismus regis Dauid 60, 91 
Clemens Alex , Theodoti exc. 71, 72 74 
De magis, incantoribus, et divinis (Sy- 

riac) 75 
Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila 103 f. 
Pseudo-Epiphanius, Vitae prophetarum 

85 n. 6 
Glycas, Michael, Ann. 97, 99, 102 
Pseudo-Gregentius, Disputatio 77 
Hippolytus, RefutatioIIf. 2 n. 3 
Jerome, In Eccl. XII 13 f. 97 
Josephus Christianus 

Hypomnesticon LXXIV 98, loi 

Hypomnesticon CXX 97 



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VI. Index of Quotations from Ancient Authors 



Josephus, Flavins, Ant VIII 25 91 f. 
Kebra Nagast LXIV 72 
Leontius, In ^ned. Pentecostem 76 
Marcus Aurelius 16 2 n, i 
Nicetas Acominatus, History P 95 loi f. 
Origen, In Mt com. no 94 
Ps.-Philo, de antiquitatibus biblicis 91 
Syncellus, Georgius, Chron. B 776 f. 97f. 
Theodoret, Quaest. X et XVIII in 
III Reg. 95 f. 

4. Manuscripts. 

Bologna University Library, No. 3632 

14 ns. ii, 3, 20, 21 — 25, 87 
British Museum , Harleian , No. 5 596 

13 fF., 18, 20, 86; Harleian 6483 

85 n. 1 
Cambridge, Trinity College, No. 1404 

(French) 85 n. i 



Holkham Hall, No. 99 1 1 f , 

Milan, Ambrosian, No. 1030 15 n. i, 20 

Mount Athos 

Andreas Monastery, No. 73 18 
Dionysius Monastery, No. 132 10 f. 
Dionysius Monastery, No. 282 14 n. i 
Koutloumousios Monastery, N0.322 1 27 

Munich Greek, No. 70 14 n. i, 20 n. i 

Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale 
Anc. fonds grecs No. 38 158", 
Anc.fondsgrecsNo.2419 i4n. i,25fF., 

58 

Supplement grec No, 500 12 S. 
Supplement grec No. 574 (great ma- 
gic papyrus) 11. 850, S53, 3040 64 
11. 2, 68 
Vaticanus graecus, No, 1809 25 
Vienna 

Philos.-graec. No, 108 18, 58 
Medic. No, 23 (ol. 50) 58 



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